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Old 12-31-2020, 07:35 PM   #26
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...ppl that had their trannys on the last last legs and then put the mix in...
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Uncle scotts saved my trans and fixed my 3rd gear grind completely and issues going into 1st gear.
Emphasis mine.

Your mileage may vary. Most, if not all, fluid manufacturers recommend against mixing different fluids due to the potential for chemical reactions, fluid aeration, or any other number of undesirable consequences.

There is no fluid on earth that can fix worn syncros, chipped/cracked gears or past abuse.
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Old 12-31-2020, 07:59 PM   #27
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I run Motul Motylgear 75w90. I was gonna run Gear 300 but the price wasn't so convincing.

After a few hundred miles of Motylgear 75w90, shifts seems to be SO smooth, it's worrying. I can literally 1 finger shift everything, even the damn reverse.
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Old 01-02-2021, 12:28 AM   #28
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I was planning on changing my WRX tranny fluid this weekend and was wondering if any type of 75w90 would be fine? I want to go with something a little thicker then the brown water thats in it now. Might go with redline or something.
since they’re 5 speeds and weak anyways, I always threw in Walmart 75w90. Made 600hp on my 2013 5 speed for quite a while before it let go
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