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Old 07-10-2010, 11:53 PM
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I was doing some research and noticed this NEO lube. Has anyone looked into the NEO 75w90 RHD or their MTF? NASCAR, CART and IRL use it.

I wonder if the NEO 75w90 RHD would be ok to run in our trans? I've heard of many people with DSM, Nissan and Mazda synchro trans running it and they love it. Many tested it up against the Redline stuff thats comparable and they say the NEO kills it.

Here is a link to both of the lubes.

NEO 75w90 RHD
http://www.bakerprecision.com/neocirc.htm

NEO MTF
http://www.bakerprecision.com/mtf.htm
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Originally Posted by Spoolin View Post
I was doing some research and noticed this NEO lube. Has anyone looked into the NEO 75w90 RHD or their MTF? NASCAR, CART and IRL use it.

I wonder if the NEO 75w90 RHD would be ok to run in our trans? I've heard of many people with DSM, Nissan and Mazda synchro trans running it and they love it. Many tested it up against the Redline stuff thats comparable and they say the NEO kills it.

Here is a link to both of the lubes.

NEO 75w90 RHD
http://www.bakerprecision.com/neocirc.htm

NEO MTF
http://www.bakerprecision.com/mtf.htm
I just started running NEO 75w90 RHD (Racing Heavy Duty)...a friend who works with IRL motors says they use this...it's the only gear oil that withstands the temps.
If you use the HONDA bulb pump to put it in, it is THICK - feels 2x thicker than the Mobil 1 75w90.
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I just ordered some. Ill give it a shot and see how it does. I dont think any kind of fluid is going to help my glass diff from blowing.
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I've been running the RHD in my stock trans and it shifts like butter. I'm also making near 800 whp and it seems to be helping with shock load and heat as the trans is still holding up so far. We'll see how long it lasts with this lube.
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Excuse the thread revival but the RHD is a GL-5, not intended for our transmissions. It is although excellent for the diff. The MTF is GL-4 and suited for our gearboxes. NEO are an excellent lubricants. Cannot go wrong
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Originally Posted by 2rbolag View Post
Excuse the thread revival but the RHD is a GL-5, not intended for our transmissions. It is although excellent for the diff. The MTF is GL-4 and suited for our gearboxes. NEO are an excellent lubricants. Cannot go wrong
I ended up going with the RHD in the trans and it worked great.
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Originally Posted by Spoolin View Post
I ended up going with the RHD in the trans and it worked great.
did it held up together to your power level? I’m around 7xx on the stock transmission. Wondering if the rhd is gl4/gl5 compatible
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Originally Posted by 2rbolag View Post

did it held up together to your power level? I’m around 7xx on the stock transmission. Wondering if the rhd is gl4/gl5 compatible

I like to believe it helped, since I had no issues using it at upwards of 800 whp. The stock trans isn't in the car any longer.
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