That doesn't mean it isn't good oil! Since changing, my car is shifting better than it ever has since buying it. He has been using straight Redline Heavy Shockproof and so has his other customers with dsm's so thats what i run now with the rebuilt trans. In some cases newer, or more advanced fluids, are not the right product for your vehicle. Synchromesh manual transmission fluid will satisfactorily lubricate General Motors or Chrysler manual transaxles and transmissions from -40 C to +150 C. As an experiment I think this will work out well for you.
But alot of people have opinions,your never gonna find the perfect combo,but those are the combos of people making some serious power,so take it or leave it I'll concur with all of the above. If you think about it long enough, your own answer provides the clue as to why it's not necessary. Even once warmed up however, there's a bit of a 'clunk' when upshifting. No, we do not hand out car sponsorships. Amsoil is very good oil but isn't on the list of approved oil for Tremec. The lube oil is the least complex part of it. Anglamol 6091 - Detergent, friction modifier, extreme pressure agent, seal swell, anti-wear, anti-oxidant.
I probably have thousands spent on Penzoil,. I didn't like the look of the fluid when it came out. No here's where I curious and wonder what everyone else thinks. The small clunk I felt is totally eliminated and all other gears engage smooth including first and reverse reverse is still a little notchy but that is because it isn't synchromeshed. Just that it wasn't tested and approved. I second the Synchromesh smoothness. The unit could be shifting perfectly fine for an extended period and you could still be getting excessive gear wear.
This premium synthetic formulation provides enhanced anti-wear protection and lasts longer in service. Tremec specifically recommends the 12345349 so if it were up to me I would return the 1052931 and buy what is recommended. Personally, I bought the car at around 100k, it's around 130k now. Chemical Composition - Magnesium sulphonate, alkenyl amide, alkenyl ester sulphide, alkenyl phosphite, alkylbenzene, hecterocyclic ether, zinc dithiophosphate. Honda cars, not bikes tried, same result. Users generally report better shift feel at all operating temperatures and better low-temperature performance at cold-start.
The fluid came out as thin as water if not thinner. Should also do you well in the Muncie. Anyways, I wanted to do a experiment. When any other gear would engage I would feel a small clunk in the driveline if I didn't rev match perfectly. I finally got four qts of Penzoil Synchromesh.
It reduces inventory needs, is readily available and is cost-effective compared to vehicle manufacturer-branded oils. I dont care which, or how you use a transfer pump, I always end up with fluid everywhere!! Using engine oil in a transmission can cause problems because it's formulated differently than gear oil-- more detergents and less anti-frothing agents. Searches are carried out in real-time, and from the main page you can easily browse most car makes currently available. The reason why it's shifting better is solely due to the very low viscosity of the syncromesh fluid and nothing else. It was worth the cost for me. The spec is all about the blend - not just lubrication. These things would probably run on lard for lube but they won't shift very well.
This engine oil type additive will emulsify water and polar contamination sufficiently to handle contamination levels above 0. Pennzoil ® Synchromesh Fluid is designed to offer optimal protection for moderately loaded gears in manual transmissions. Also when it came out the car was recently driven so it was hot. If anyone knows of subreddits other than for automotive mechanical support, please message the mods so we can add it! It make the syncho grab harder. Yes, monitor the appearance of the fluid every six months and know when your next fluid change becomes due. The fill-plug is below the intake filter box, and the book recommends removing the battery and intake box to access.
The oil manufacturer says it meets the spec and will work for a Tremec but Tremec has not put it on the list of approved oil for their transmissions. Simply put: Granny it till it warms up. I just drained and filled once and it felt like butter. I recently found a vendor that stocks redline gear fluid so I'm going back to the real stuff. That's what I do, not near as fun but oh well, the engine is still not warmend up either at that point, so you might as wll wait for everythihng to get up to temp before you rod on it. The Synchromesh will be fine and will actually run quieter.