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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    Thanks guys! And to answer the earlier question, sadly the gas does have Ethonal. Ray
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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    High test-street gas.
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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    Ok, As you can see, I am rather ignorant abut this. I was thinking that this was the oil specifically trying to be slippery in the motor, meaning that JG oils comes with a high Moly content? Is there anything to worry about here? Thanks Ray
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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    What do you mean "Where's the moly?" Isn't it" MOLYBDENUM 1205
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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    ~1000 track miles... I worry about the flash point as well, perhaps an injector is leaking?
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    Joe Gibbs XP9 10W/40, GT3 track car

    Hi All, Can someone help me understand this. Is there a problem? Thanks Ray Comments: We're thinking the viscosity of this XP9 oil started as a 10W/40,but the viscosity at the oil change was a bit lower. Some fuel was present so that may have thinned the oil or maybe the oil started...
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    Another 'What should I use' question

    WryTwister: The motor was rebuilt because I had a PP fail which nearly cut the bell-housing off (1/2 way through the support bolts), then the vibrations caused the block to crack at the low pressure oil inlet Tore the motor (and tranny) down, welded and aligned bored the block, replaced...
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    Another 'What should I use' question

    Thanks, Redline does not have have the A-40 cert... will probably move to M1, will check if the 15-50 has the cert Ray
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    Another 'What should I use' question

    WRT Redline's quality - I don't know, just some folks whose opinion I respect has indicated that it is no good. That said, there is no qualatative information I have that indicates this, and not being up on the science, I ask... Ray
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    Another 'What should I use' question

    Hi All, I am ignorant about the science of engine oils - but am an engineer so I worry... The application is a Porsche 3.8l GT3 newly rebuilt motor. Car is a track car - spend most of its time ~ 8K rpm. Factory recommend fill is Mobil 1 0-40 - but that was for Mobil 1 designed in 2004. I had...
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    Best grease for CV joints - Krytox, Neo, Pankel,??

    Thanks oliver88, This is for "blues" as well Ray
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    Best grease for CV joints - Krytox, Neo, Pankel,??

    Porsche GT3 race application, lowered so axels are not quite parallel to the ground Ray
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    Best grease for CV joints - Krytox, Neo, Pankel,??

    I have used the redline grease, and not had good luck. Just did not last in my application
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    Best grease for CV joints - Krytox, Neo, Pankel,??

    Hi All, What are the top 4 or 5 cv joint grease for heavy duty racing applications - higher horsepower. I have read about the various Krytox, Pankel, and Neo greases, but there are probably plenty I don't know of. Thanks Ray
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