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    Recommendations for my 1988 Ferrari Testarossa.

    Having 15/50 over a 5/50. That's a large gap in viscosity. I would go with the M1 15/50.
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    In my 2007 Acura MDX, I used Redline D4 which matches the ATF Z1. Never had a issue. I would try high performance if i had easier access. Redline is available at my local Napa, and $1.00 less than ordering direct from Redline and no shipping cost
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    In my 2007, I sold the car with 230k. Never once had a problem. The previous owner before I got it she had to replace a pressure switch, a $60 part on the outside of the trans.
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    Thank you for the information. I will continue to use D6. From what your saying and Redline advertising is that D6 is the most sheer stable.i found that maxlife got dark quick. Under 6k miles. When I used D4 in my previous Acura. 2007. Even after 20k miles it was still bright red.
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    I don't care for Max life but tell you what I sure really like red line. I'm just really surprised that Redline recommended it when D6 has less viscosity than DW1 and D4 is slightly higher.
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    Don't like DW 1.
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    It Makes Sense that Start-Stop Engines Need a Higher Grade Oil

    I guess I will never own a new car. Am I 2012 Accord does not have the system neither does my 2015 Acura MDX. It all started in 2016 on this model I guess I'll never own one. Seems like a maintenance headache when this crap breaks or leaves you stranded. These manufacturers are all following...
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    It Makes Sense that Start-Stop Engines Need a Higher Grade Oil

    That's the same for my 2015 Acura MDX except for the winter. I have to work in Tahoe in the winter. The car is outside 24/7 there. When starting work or getting off work, it sees a lot of idle time. The maintenance minder cuts itself in half. 500 miles is 10% with seeing an HR day idle time.
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    Redline D4 vs D6 vs DW I

    I have a 2015 Acura MDX The trans requires Honda DW-1. As shown in a thread the viscosity of that is 6.95 @100c. Now Redline shows D4 as a replacement for HONDA ATF Z1. D4 has a viscosity of 7.5 @ 100c which is higher than Z1. Now D6 is lower than either one of the Z1 or DW 1. Redline shows D6...
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    Manual Transmission Recommendation - 64 Chevy 4 speed

    Redline makes everything shift like a hot knife and butter
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    Manual Transmission Recommendation - 64 Chevy 4 speed

    If there's any brass in there yes stay away from GL-5
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    High Performance Lubricants Euro Oil PDS

    Dang. More expensive than Redline
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    M1 FS 0W40 vs. Castrol Edge 0W40

    It's just not discussed much around here. Not sure why.
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    M1 FS 0W40 vs. Castrol Edge 0W40

    Why does nobody ever talk about Valvoline 540 Euro? Where was this fall in this group?
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    Mazda 6 , 20W-50!

    In all of my Honda Engines, I run a good euro oil. Typically 5/40. I don't care for a 0/40 much. The engine seems quite and smoother on a 5/40 vs a 0/40
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    High Performance Lubricants Euro Oil PDS

    I'm super curious how would your product go head to head with Redline, not just numbers but actual real world performance. I use only Redline ATF, and Gear oils. For some reason their engine oil seaps past the rear main seal, switch back to Castrol, M1 or Valvoline it's fine. I use either 5/40...
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    Recommendations for my 1988 Ferrari Testarossa.

    Redline 10/60. Redline offers a lot of different viscosities you can choose from
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