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#21 DavidTurbo

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Posted 28 July 2003 - 12:17 AM

After reading all of this I don't know what to use ???





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Posted 02 August 2003 - 06:29 AM

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Yeah, just about anything Red-Line makes is top quality stuff.  They told me who my local distributor is, and I went over there.  This guy is very eccentric, and won't open his shop door unless he knows you!  He designed the Holley Dial-A-Jet, and makes the fastest Harley engines available, but dude won't answer his door!  Plus, his kid is a spoiled brat who is living to train for the Olympics in skiing, so this dude is always at Crested Butte with his kid.  He collects residuals from Holley. My machinist knows him.  
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Tim is your distributors name Ralph Johnson?
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Posted 27 August 2003 - 08:07 PM

today i dropped the chevron gear oil outta my 5 speed. put in amsoil 75w-90 synthecic gear oil,and wow what a diiference it made in the shift effort on my stadebani short shifter.

now back when i was a newby i got a reply to my s/shifter post about using ATF in it to reduce shift effort..anyone heard of this? sounds like a sure way to ruin something.
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