Swepco MolyXP 75w90 Synthetic Gear Lube

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Does anyone have any experience with this in a rear end. Considering using it in a Nissan with a C200 differential. Swepco MolyXP 75w90 Synthetic Gear Lube Specs: Typical Physical Characteristics SAE Gear Oil Grade ..................................................75w90 ISO Viscosity Grade ......................................... ISO 32-220 API Gravity, 60°F .............................................................. 33 Density @60°F, lbs/gal (kg/l) ........................... 7.21 (0.865) Flash point, COC, °F (°C) .................................... 410 (210) Viscosity, 40°C, cSt ..................................................... 81.33 Viscosity 100°C, cSt ................................................... 14.76 Pour Point, °F (°C) Max.......................................... -49 (-45) Viscosity Index .............................................................. 191 Typical Performance Properties Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @212°F (ASTM D130) ............ 1a FZG A/8.3/90°C, min, stage passed (DIN51354) ........ 12+ Timken OK Load, Lbs. (ASTM D2782) ........................... 70 Timken, High speed lbs (Ford BJ1-5) ......................... 12.5 Four-Ball Wear Test (ASTM D4172) Avg Friction Coefficient ........................................ 0.082 Avg Scar Diameter, mm .......................................... 0.28 Load Carrying, High Speed Shock Loading (ASTM L-42) % Gear Tooth Scoring Ring Drive ........................................................................ 0 Ring Coast ....................................................................... 9 Pinion Drive ..................................................................... 0 Pinion Coast .................................................................. 12 Gear Test (ASTM STP 512) .. No rippling, ridging or pitting Thermal [email protected] 325°F. (Stressed ASTM L-37) Ridging, Spalling, Varnish ........................................None Chemical Corrosion, Axle/Trans (BT-10) Wgt Loss, mg. Steel/Aluminum/Brass ...................................... 0.2/0.9/0.9 Thermal Oxidation Stability Test Pentane Insoluble, % Wgt (FTM 2504)................... 0.08 Benzene Insoluble, % Wgt (FTM 2504) ................. 0.05 Seal Compatibility - Volume % Change Nitrile @ 257°F., 168 Hours ............................................. 2 Polyacrylate @ 257°F., 168 Hours ............................... 2.1 Fluroelastomer @ 320°F., 168 Hours .............................. 0 Foam Test (ASTM D892), Sequence I, II, III .............. 0/0/0 Rust-Preventative Test (ASTM D665) Method A & B ........................................................... Clean Seven Days Moisture Corrosion (CRC L-33) ............. Pass Demulsification, 5 min. (ASTM D1401) .................... 40/40/0 Shear Stability (DIN 51382), % viscosity loss 30 passes ....................................................................... 0 250 passes ..................................................................... 3 Sonic Shear (ASTM D5621), % viscosity loss ............... 16 Specifications Exceeded API GL-5 • API MT-1 • SAE J2360 • Mack Trucks GO-J • GM 12346140 • Ford M2C-192A • Chrysler MS-8985 • Porsche Transaxle & Manual Transmissions • And all other OEM 75w90 Service Specifications * Note: * Note: SWEPCO 202 is a multi-grade product that has the viscosity of an SAE 75w (ISO 32) in cold weather start up conditions and the viscosity of an SAE 90 (ISO 220) once it has reached operating temperatures. It is intended for applications that require an SAE 75w90 or a single grade SAE 90 but could benefit from improved cold weather start up performance. It is not intended to be substituted where OEM recommendations call for single grade 75w, 80w or 90 weights.
 
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Originally Posted By: Hullthumper
Considering using it in a Nissan with a C200 differential. Swepco MolyXP 75w90 Synthetic Gear Lube Specs: Typical Physical Characteristics SWEPCO 202 is a multi-grade product that has the viscosity of an SAE 75w (ISO 32) in cold weather start up conditions and the viscosity of an SAE 90 (ISO 220) once it has reached operating temperatures. Viscosity, 40°C, cSt ..................................................... 81.33 Viscosity 100°C, cSt ................................................... 14.76
No, this is not an ISO 32-220 gear oils............ First look at its [email protected]*C value of 81 cSt , bearing in mind its [email protected]*C. In industrial gear oil terminoloty , this is a non-standard ISO 81 gear oils ..... if one must assign it an ISO classification. It's thicker than ISO 68 gear oils , but thinner than ISO 100 gear oils. Whereas in automotive gear oil terminology, it's rightly called SAE 75W90 gear oils ......... which are typically equivalent to ISO 100 gear oil viscosity grade, depending on one's reported [email protected]*C. Now primarily for oil life longevity and differential components life longevity , not for FE if one can discern it ,then select : a )75W110 , if you must have a 75Wyy; b )80W90 or better still a mono SAE 90 ,if you must have an xxW90; or c )Say, M1 75W90 whose [email protected]*C is above 100 cSt ,bearing in mind its [email protected]*V value, higher values being preferred ........ if you absolutely must have a 75W90. JMHO Note:(c) offers lowest margin of safety in MOFT protection.
 
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