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Old 02-16-2008, 12:36 PM   #1326
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I've used Amsoil Gear Lube on 3 Subaru's & never had any problems w/ the synchros.

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Old 02-16-2008, 12:39 PM   #1327
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The cocktail is going to be more grippy than any straight gl-5 75w90. If you want super bitchin' synchro operation, you could go the whole 9 yards and just use water as a gear lube... Sure your transmission probably wouldn't even last a mile, but man, that would be a mile of seriously awesome synchro operation!

My point is that gl-5 gear oil and smallish uncoated 5mt synchros just aren't going to be particularly friendly with each other. The gear oil has to be there for the hypoid ring and pinion up front, so it's a compromise by nature. That's why many other manufacturers without the hypoid R&P in the transaxle either use a gl-4 gear lube, lighter synchromesh, or even motor oil or ATF for better synchro operation. Standard bevel gears (1-5) don't require the kind of High Pressure resistance that a hypoid gear arrangement does, so a much thinner oil works just fine in transaxles that don't have hypoid gears (where power is transferred 90 degrees).

The cheapy stuff probably works well because it's a less slippery base stock with the additives needed to bring it just within gl-5 spec.

I ran into a decent deal on some Torco RGO 80w90 (meets GL-5 spec), and the guy at the local speed shop says he loves the stuff in old GM muncie 4 speeds (a truly old gearbox design), so I'll give the stuff a try, why not? If it improves shift quality in all of this guy's rebuild jobs on 30 year muncie gearboxes, then maybe it will be acceptable and I will have stuff in there that roughly meets the recommended spec. If it doesn't work the way I'd like, I'm kinda tempted to go with Coastal and just make sure I change it every 30k. I mean @ $12 a change, it's no big deal. But going with the un-spec'd cocktail and having to lay down a bunch of cash every 10k-15k miles just to keep the stuff working doesn't make a lick of sense to me.

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Old 02-16-2008, 12:47 PM   #1328
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My '03 Baja 5mt I ran valvoline syn. 75w90 with no issues. The synchros felt fine, would I try to get into 1st gear at 15-20+ mph, no. I don't see the point in stressing the synchros more then needed. My typical shift into 1st was <5 mph. If you need to shift into a gear at 15+ mph use 2nd or plan your shifts/speed farther ahead for the traffic/road conditions.

In my current '08 forester (3,XXX miles) I am running 80w90 royal purple syn (it was free, we run it is a couple machines at work). It is much more manageable in the <20 degrees F we have had here lately here in MN. The shifter doesn't feel like it is frozen in a block of ice when it is cold, I can move it. Feels the same as theas the Baja with the Valvoline syn cold. Otherwise I would say the overall feel of the trans did not change with any of the fluids, gear engagement/noise... all the same.

What I can say is, mileage is improved with the synthetic(trans and rear diff) over the OEM fluid. Both times Changing from OEM to syn in the Baja and Forester I avg. a 1mpg gain. When trying the OEM fluid again on the Baja I lost that 1mpg, on switching back I regained it. For reference each fluid was in for 5k miles and the mpg difference was virtually a constant at fill up intervals. Plus when taking the trans temp (digital temp gun) on each fresh fluid change, taken by just aiming at the drain plug on the case after a 1 hour drive at 65-75 mph(freeway, no stops). Each time the temp of the baja trans was 15-20 degrees cooler with the synthetic vs. the OEM.
Baja mileage/ trans temp
1st OEM(unknown mileage on fluid) 136 degrees/air temp 78 Avg mpg after 5k 18.9
1st V-syn (0 miles, fresh fluid) 112 degrees/air temp 81 Avg mpg after 5k 20.4
2nd OEM(0 miles, fresh fluid) 129 degrees/air temp 76 Avg mpg after 5k 19.2
2nd V-syn(0 miles, fresh fluid) 109 degrees/air temp 84 Avg mpg after 5k 20.8
(car has since been traded,78k at trade tracked from 55k to 78k miles)

I keep a spreadsheet of maintenance and mpg logs to track what works and what doesn't. I would like to think that the lower operating temp and the better mpg would mean that there is less friction with the syn. to generate heat caused by wear. But it could also be the syn. has better heat transfer properties allowing the trans to run at a cooler temp.

The forester was ~25 degrees cooler (done in the winter), I attribute the low temps to the fact the ambient air temp was in the 20s.
Bought with 4.7miles
Forester mileage/ trans temp
OEM factory fluid(53 miles on fluid) 107 degrees/air temp 26 Avg mpg 18.1
1st syn(royal purple)(0 miles fresh fluid) 81 degrees/air temp 21

At this point I am averaging 21.3 mpg overall per tank with 3,1XX miles on the car. This is as close as I can get to a comparative study as I am not doing voa and uoa to look at wear.

So far my favorite gear oil is Neo synthetic. I have yet to use it in my Subarus but have used it in my "95 F-150 with great results. It is the next Oil I plan on trying in the Forester at 5k miles.
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Old 02-17-2008, 06:20 AM   #1329
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Severe Gear 75w90.
+1 Just changed to it recently and it's fine. We'll see how it goes over the years.
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Old 02-18-2008, 10:10 AM   #1330
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I was commuting in/out of Boston traffic and I couldn't shift into 1st unless I was at a complete stop. The cocktail allowed me to at least get into 1st while rolling at 5mph.
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Old 02-28-2008, 12:59 PM   #1331
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Redline Manual Transmission Oil & Gear oil - Single Quart (0.946L)
Available grade: MTL, MT-90, D4, High Temp ATF, Lightweight Shockproof, 75w90 & 75w90NS
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Synthetic Manual Transmission and Transaxle Gear Lube 75W-90 MTG- Single Quart (0.946L


I read up to 10 pages of the thread and had a basic clue of whats happening.
The above are the oils that i can get my hands on, not penzzoil not castrol. May i ask if i can replace them with any of the above? Is it possible to highlight the options to me?
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Old 02-28-2008, 01:25 PM   #1332
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Redline Manual Transmission Oil & Gear oil - Single Quart (0.946L)
Available grade: MTL, MT-90, D4, High Temp ATF, Lightweight Shockproof, 75w90 & 75w90NS
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Synthetic Manual Transmission and Transaxle Gear Lube 75W-90 MTG- Single Quart (0.946L


I read up to 10 pages of the thread and had a basic clue of whats happening.
The above are the oils that i can get my hands on, not penzzoil not castrol. May i ask if i can replace them with any of the above? Is it possible to highlight the options to me?
If you are not able to follow the cocktail exactly, it is better to just go with a single ingredient like others have suggested. People have had very bad results when trying to substitute ingredients in the cocktail. IIRC, Redline's products do not do well in Subaru transmissions on an individual level. If it were me, I would use either Subaru Extra-S or Valvoline 75w90 Synthetic.

If you have to use Redline, use the 75W90NS. It's not optimum but it should work. I would probably go to your dealer and see what they have on hand before using that though.
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Old 02-28-2008, 05:35 PM   #1333
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If you are not able to follow the cocktail exactly, it is better to just go with a single ingredient like others have suggested. People have had very bad results when trying to substitute ingredients in the cocktail. IIRC, Redline's products do not do well in Subaru transmissions on an individual level. If it were me, I would use either Subaru Extra-S or Valvoline 75w90 Synthetic.

If you have to use Redline, use the 75W90NS. It's not optimum but it should work. I would probably go to your dealer and see what they have on hand before using that though.
I beg to differ. 1 qt. Synchromesh, 1 qt. Redline light weight shockproof topped off with Redline MT-90 totally changed my transmission. While running this cocktail shifting is unbelievably smooth and precise. I can downshift to first gear from 20 mph. but I do double clutch. I've run Redline products in all of my cars since 1992 and have never had a complaint except for the time I put 75W90NS in my 88 Supra. I dumped that out at less than 500 miles and refilled with MTL. The difference was night and day. The MTL totally transformed that transmission. Lots of opinions in this thread. I base mine on personal experience.
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Old 02-28-2008, 07:05 PM   #1334
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The bottom line is that gear oil opinions for the subaru 5mt are basically like 40% oil and 60% car and driver preference.

You just have to try a few different oils and go with what works best for you.
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Old 02-28-2008, 07:56 PM   #1335
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Old 02-28-2008, 08:02 PM   #1336
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Here we go again... a pissing contest & another 50ish pages of inconclusive data back w/ absolute not quantifiable data.

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Old 02-28-2008, 09:45 PM   #1337
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I've been running the cocktail exactly as directed. At first, shifting at a stop into first was easier, but now is worse than before the change. All gear shifts are much more notchy than before as well. I'm going back to something more like the recommended fluid.
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Old 02-28-2008, 09:46 PM   #1338
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Old 02-29-2008, 10:44 AM   #1339
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I beg to differ. 1 qt. Synchromesh, 1 qt. Redline light weight shockproof topped off with Redline MT-90 totally changed my transmission. While running this cocktail shifting is unbelievably smooth and precise. I can downshift to first gear from 20 mph. but I do double clutch. I've run Redline products in all of my cars since 1992 and have never had a complaint except for the time I put 75W90NS in my 88 Supra. I dumped that out at less than 500 miles and refilled with MTL. The difference was night and day. The MTL totally transformed that transmission. Lots of opinions in this thread. I base mine on personal experience.
Hmm, swapped the Hypoy-C for MT-90. That could be good news if it proves itself in the long run. It is always nice to have options.
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Hmm, swapped the Hypoy-C for MT-90. That could be good news if it proves itself in the long run. It is always nice to have options.
It is working very well for me.
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Old 02-29-2008, 05:02 PM   #1341
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I had stocker....OK notchy engagement, 1-2 just kinda sucks....
I put in 75w90NS...better, but then the same?
I put in USC, GREAT on 1st in the beginning and 15-20k later the SAME....

I'm going to use the val syn 75w90 next. Not just because of worries about the coctail, but I'm looking for something that isn't hard to put together. If my tranny breaks....I dont live that far from andrewtech. Hopefully an RA replacement wont bankrupt me.

I think a lot of this depends on the style of driving. I am kind to my synchros and I rev match 90% of the time. I never hear synchros wind up or anything odd - just that normal sound of gears meshing thats a bit quieter without a lw flywheel.

Synchromesh was designed for trans with brass syncrhonizers. GL4 fluids are designed for the same reason. Nissan's have brass synchros in them and using a GL5 will eat them in a short time. Both GL4 and GL5 are designed for "yellow" metal synchronizers. GL5 fluids however are designed for ones like ours that I believe have bronze synchronizers in them. I dont think a GL4 fluid would eat the synchros as much as it would affect other parts.
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Old 03-05-2008, 02:44 AM   #1342
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No numerical data to add what so ever.. but I have been shifting gears with the "cocktail" for 3k miles so far and I love it! Just thought I would share.
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Old 03-05-2008, 10:49 AM   #1343
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I've been on it for about 20k with good results. Could not shift into 1st while rolling before and now I can. Though now that I have more power I don't need to.

Also I substituted the Pennzoil Synchromesh with Royal Purple Synchromax, and substituted the Castrol with Redline 75W90NS

1 qt redline lightweight shockproof
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P.S. since I've had the car (about 40k, 2nd owner) it has always had a difficult to engage on rare occasion from neutral to 1st. This has not gotten any better or any worse but leads me to believe the previous owner managed to damage the synchros in one area.
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Old 03-05-2008, 11:38 AM   #1344
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I've been on it for about 20k with good results. Could not shift into 1st while rolling before and now I can. Though now that I have more power I don't need to.

Also I substituted the Pennzoil Synchromesh with Royal Purple Synchromax, and substituted the Castrol with Redline 75W90NS

1 qt redline lightweight shockproof
1 qt Royal Purple Synchromax
2 qt Redline 75W90 NS

P.S. since I've had the car (about 40k, 2nd owner) it has always had a difficult to engage on rare occasion from neutral to 1st. This has not gotten any better or any worse but leads me to believe the previous owner managed to damage the synchros in one area.
The neutral to first shift on WRXs is known to be difficult unless at a complete stop, even on new cars.
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Old 03-08-2008, 03:45 PM   #1345
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Wooooow 54 pages. I appreciate everyones input that tried Scottys stuff. I don't own a subie car just lots of subie parts. I studied this cause my son hot rods a 04 sti. It has always had crappy syncros. I can drive a 4/5/6 well. I learned my first tranny lube deal on a 5 sp fiero I tried to improve by going from atf to 30w mobile 1. That was a fiasco. The atf works great. the problem with the sti is it has always scratched 5th at high rpms. At about 15k we tried mobil 1 75/90 I think it was and that didn't seem to be any better. At that point (about 16k) we went to a subie challenge in Ft. Worth and I mentioned to the subie bigwheels there that I thought the tranny was junk. They showed concern and talked to me a little. My son wanted no part of the conversation as his car was modified and thought he might try to get warranty work on the tranny. I knew my son is very conservative in his driving, unlike me, and that he hadn't caused his problem. That was while we were using the mobile 1. The subie guys (mostly marketing guys) recommended we go back to the subie lube. I bought 3 gallons of the stuff, seems like over 120.00 worth. Still no improvement. His problem is bad design. A tranny that needs to have a seperate diff. case and a seperate centerdiff case from the syncros. we haven't decided on a solution. He now has about 40k on it. I think we will try the three redline products and then a small amount of shockproof and syncromesh 1/2 qt. each and the rest amsoil sever gear. I can't believe a 32k car needs this much babysiting. My son in looking back wishes he had tried the evo first. It's hard for a M.E. to understand how something with great theory can have so many poor areas of design. I like the subie turbo motor and the tranny but it is more limited than we ever imagined. Stock is ok if it is babyed. For high performance nearly every aspect needs to be re-engineered.

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Old 03-08-2008, 11:24 PM   #1346
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^An Evo is going to have the same troubles with different names. That's any car.
On another note. I've been riding on Scottiy's Cocktail now for about 28k and I'm stoked. I've gone to parties and stacked no plates of shrimp<--reference to the Tanqueray commercial. I hope Uncle Scotty doesn't look like the guy in the commercial
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Wooooow 54 pages. I appreciate everyones input that tried Scottys stuff. I don't own a subie car just lots of subie parts. I studied this cause my son hot rods a 04 sti. It has always had crappy syncros. I can drive a 4/5/6 well. I learned my first tranny lube deal on a 5 sp fiero I tried to improve by going from atf to 30w mobile 1. That was a fiasco. The atf works great. the problem with the sti is it has always scratched 5th at high rpms. At about 15k we tried mobil 1 75/90 I think it was and that didn't seem to be any better. At that point (about 16k) we went to a subie challenge in Ft. Worth and I mentioned to the subie bigwheels there that I thought the tranny was junk. They showed concern and talked to me a little. My son wanted no part of the conversation as his car was modified and thought he might try to get warranty work on the tranny. I knew my son is very conservative in his driving, unlike me, and that he hadn't caused his problem. That was while we were using the mobile 1. The subie guys (mostly marketing guys) recommended we go back to the subie lube. I bought 3 gallons of the stuff, seems like over 120.00 worth. Still no improvement. His problem is bad design. A tranny that needs to have a seperate diff. case and a seperate centerdiff case from the syncros. we haven't decided on a solution. He now has about 40k on it. I think we will try the three redline products and then a small amount of shockproof and syncromesh 1/2 qt. each and the rest amsoil sever gear. I can't believe a 32k car needs this much babysiting. My son in looking back wishes he had tried the evo first. It's hard for a M.E. to understand how something with great theory can have so many poor areas of design. I like the subie turbo motor and the tranny but it is more limited than we ever imagined. Stock is ok if it is babyed. For high performance nearly every aspect needs to be re-engineered.

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Charlie, Please reconsider using the Cocktail in the 6spd. The cocktail seems to work best in the 5spds and it seems not to benefit the 6spd tranny guys. It may help, but from what I've seen here, I don't remember one 6spd guy seeing any benefit at all (someone correct me if I am wrong). Keep in mind the 6spds (except for the brand new '08s) have pumps too.

...I just thought of something, what oil did they give you? The "extra-S" subaru oil?

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Old 03-13-2008, 10:32 PM   #1348
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I guess I have nothing intelligent or scientific to add, but so far with the cocktail my trans feels like a different trans all together. Huge improvement IMO. Reverse and 1st are much improved. Got the car with 18K on it have close to 31K now. The last 80 miles being today with the cocktail, it just felt too good to not go for a longer drive than needed. The stop and go traffic after picking up the car was much easier to deal with. Thanks to Annapolis Subaru for the 30K Service and putting in the cocktail for me.

Scotty I'd def give you atleast a 20% tip for that sweet concoction.
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Old 03-18-2008, 07:20 PM   #1349
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I just did a clutch install. I had the cocktail in and all was well. As an experiment I put in regular 80w90. It still shifts fine but the cusco front lsd that I have makes all sorts of clanking noise. It did not with the cocktail. I am going to switch back to tha blue stuff. It worked better than anything else I have ever tried.
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