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Old 10-28-2012, 10:03 PM   #1
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Transmission air scoop?

Is the transmission air scoop worth the 100$??
I drive my car super hard but would it make a difference?
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Also should i change mt82 tranny oil to royal purple or any other?
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Old 10-28-2012, 10:37 PM   #3
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Also should i change mt82 tranny oil to royal purple or any other?
Amsoil MTG and Redline MTL are some of the better choice for the MT82
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Amsoil MTG and Redline MTL are some of the better choice for the MT82
Why Amsoil and Redline over Royal Purple?
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Why Amsoil and Redline over Royal Purple?
Don't know from personal experience, but that's what I read all over different forums... Not saying RP is bad, I'm sure any of these is better than what comes from the factory fill
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After how many miles?
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Don't know from personal experience, but that's what I read all over different forums... Not saying RP is bad, I'm sure any of these is better than what comes from the factory fill
I read an article (it was sponsored by amsoil) that talked about the wear, very convincing. Showed after supposedly identical tests compared to RP. For an extra .50 per quart, jam probably going amsoil. This is engine oil tho
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