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Old 02-19-2013, 01:09 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Dyno Don
Without having Ford spec fluids in the differential, you have 0% chance of having any warranty claims honored for the rear end & associated parts.
Hi, Don. My warranty is really up anyhow. I did some research long ago on lubricants and Mobil 1 was possibly the best. All synthetics are not the same, I just used Royal Purple because it came with some other stuff I ordered. I won't use it again. Mobil 1 also makes a full synthetic ATF which our Mustangs use in the manual trans case. When I owned the '07 GT/CS I used M1 and immediately the car shifted easier and quieter. Not cheap stuff, but most good things cost a few bucks.
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Old 07-14-2014, 08:50 PM   #17
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HAHA Tasca Dyno'd my car, proceeded to smash my door into the wall in their dyno room. waited for me to see it the next day to tell me about it, the general manager refused to speak to me about it. only offer i got was to have them do all the body work.... i said no, i want my guy to do the body work..... needless to say i was ignored after that. screw tasca.
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