The only item that concerns me here is the lead. Blackstone incorrectly noted that the viscosity thickened yet it actually sheared slightly. The MT-90 fluid (which is thicker then the MTL) starts at 14.6 Cst and ended up around 13.2 at the change. I changed the Honda fluid at 15K to this and again used MT-90, which I believe now starts out at 15.6, based on Redlines new data sheet. I did have some occasions where I missed a gear probably 10-20 times for the duration of the intevral. Could this contribute to the lead spike? Either way, considering the Honda fluid sheared to HALF its weight in only 20K miles in another Integra, Redline is the only choice.