I use Redline MTL in the street car (4 speed), and MT-90 in the race car
transmission (5 speed). Redline's 75-90 or 75-90NS doesn't work nearly as
well. I'm an Amsoil dealer, and I use their products everywhere else on the
race car. But I really like the shift quality of of the Redline "MT"
series. Wear is minimal as well.
As for Water Wetter, I use it in the race car, along with a custom made
aluminum radiator. It does make a difference. It depends on how "chronic"
your overheating is. The best solution is to fix what's wrong with the
cooling system. I had minor overheating problems for years with my street
car. Once I got the radiator (and rest of the cooling system) properly
cleaned out, installed a new thermostat, and got the carbs and ignition set
properly, my cooling problems disappeared.
69 1600 SPL311 <http://mywebpages.comcast.net/chriscoker/roadster.html>
66 1600 GP Race Car www.risensonracing.com
Royal Oak, MI www.risensonracing.com/oil.html
> From: Phill Brook <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Reply-To: Phill Brook <email@example.com>
> Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 12:31:39 +1000
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Redline Oils
> Hi all,
> I'm after feedback from anyone who has used any Redline
> products in their roadster.
> I'm particulary interested in the shockproof transmission oils for
> reducing wear on 2nd and 3rd synchros in a 5-speed.
> I also want to know if Redline Water Wetter has helped 1600s with
> chronic overheating problems.
> Phill Brook
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