Redline 75w90 vs OEM Burmah SAF AG4

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Hi Guys, Getting ready to service 2011 Cayenne S Front and Rear Differential Redline 75w90 vs OEM Burmah SAF AG4 I have Redline on hand and I can pickup Burmah as well ... just not sure what will be better ... no LSD just TORSEN
 
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If you already have the redline you should use it, not that there's anything wrong with the oe fluid just redline is so good and so expensive it'd be a shame not to use it. If you decide to use the burmah I can dispose of the redline for you, foc smile
 

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Originally Posted By: dparm
Isn't the Burmah SAF GF4 just Castrol SAF-XO (now called Syntrax Long-Life)?
I have no idea
 
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Originally Posted By: Doug Hillary
Hi, Ndx - I would suggest you stay with the OEM product. Castrol's (Burmah) driveline products (mostly developed in Germany) are excellent and durable products
I agree with Doug. Stick with oem. Your Cayenne I'm guessing is a very expensive high end car.
 

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I will pickup some OEM stuff from VW thank you
 
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Originally Posted By: dparm
Isn't the Burmah SAF GF4 just Castrol SAF-XO (now called Syntrax Long-Life)?
More than likely yes. I think most OE Porsche, Audi, VW, SEAT, and Skoda manual transaxle and diff fluids are all supplied by Castrol.
 
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