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Tranny Oil

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by civic_types, May 4, 2004.

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    civic_types Senior Member

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    What type of oil should I use? I have a B16A SIR2, Y21 Tranny with LSD

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    97hatch ?

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    i like gm syncromesh it seams to make it shift real nice. other options are honda MTF, 10w30or 10w40, or you can even use ATF(not recomended)
     
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    GM Synchromesh + additive for your LSD from Kaaz
     
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    Where can I pick up this LSD additive?
     
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    that kaaz is 80w90 do you think that that is a bit to thick.
     
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    :withstupid:

    Why would a normal Honda Transmission take 10W30 and an LSD take 80W90?

    Or is this 80W90 simply an additive?

    BTW, I live in canada, KAAZ products are hard to come by. Do other oil manufacturers produce a limited slip differential oil?
     
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    yes there are other places to get the limited slip aditive but i dont think that honda lsd need it i think that they are designed to work with out it.
     
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