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    Manitoba, Canada

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    r32 gtr x2 05 sti
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    Michelle & Shea
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  1. i dont know why you would ever select a fluid based on how in functions when its not at operating temps. id be more concerned about how it when being smacked around a bit and what your synchro's look like when you tear your gearbox down... just my 2 cents tho. sounds like your pretty easy on your unit and dont rev it up to often tho, so i bet you could pretty much through wat ever you want in there and you would be ok. cheers. i dont think its hard to see that most the guys here commenting are running way more power than me and you ever will and they are saying its not good. if you took that redline fluid to the track for few days your gearbox would look like it has grease in it. b interesting if you magically had some syntrans and could try that. i feel like this thread would be dead at that point.
  2. drove the sti this morning 4 blocks to day care and went and got mail, by the time i got home i would have to wait about 2 seconds for the clutch slave to fully disengage before i could get back into throttle and continue into the next gear. fluid turns to gel fast....im ready to move soon
  3. i usually drive my car at night time around here so i know i sound like a classic dumb canadian but its cold here always(about 0 to plus 15 degreees celcius here all summer and fall. minus 52 today no joke coldest day of the year today i think. cant even go outside it f****d out, so even getting fluids to warm up daily driving can be a challenge. especiialy on our diesel motors. this being said i felt the hotter and harder i was on the syntrans fluid and the more i got the gearbox temps up it just started shifting like a dream. im totally convinced i wont use anything else now. i think anyone using redline is either stuck in the 90s or still using USA forums for information. real smart......
  4. they should call it deadline cause thats what your synchros will be when the fluids done with them...dead
  5. Castrol Syntrans 75w85 for the win. i messaged you a while back on this ben, was able to get a few rips in the car with the new castrol fluid before we ripped it apart for the build. shifted the exact same as the fluid i had in prior at regular rpm(3-5500) but seems to be far better at redline shifts...this is just my opinion tho, im not an expert by any means. but i do know for a fact that i have thrown out 300 dollars worth of redline fluid this week.
  6. and im going to save you here before you get eatn alive... 300-400hp well you already have that off the shelf....reliable is a wierd word in this world. usually comes down to the driver and the maintenance not the hp level mate. 300-400 is peanuts for her. n1 pump ive never been a fan off. seem like you have good capability mechanically.. with those turbos you could get much more and still be well reliable as you would say. nothings reliable really its a twin rb single that thing while you got the motor out. sell the twins. you will understand later they just suck.
  7. hey mate welcome! this thing is sick! very unique definitely a build im going to follow. sick whip chap. mean unit
  8. lol hope i dont get in trouble for that one...sorry sau
  9. ill post it for 2 grand in trump land and say its a rare Canadian version comes with an extra gun.
  10. i only said what i said about prp because he has been very good to me with pricing so i just don't want to take business from a guy i know works real hard in tough industry. tom bourque has been great to me and very pleased with his service.
  11. hey all is well mate no offense taken at all. i see your posts all the time. informative and i always value your posts.
  12. Nothing serious just test fitting a couple things and preppinng for fab work.
  13. Yeee Ben. Well I was just planning on using the hicas lines for now with 8an hard line fittings to run braided to the rail and fpr in bay. Stock fuel tank also with 8an hardline fitting to the hicas lines. And again just a hellcat pump rewired with beefy stuff. Gunna put the flex fuel sensor on the return line I think. Unless you state other wise mate. Cheers
  14. Hey guys just wanted to let the canadian users know that we are a new rb shop in manitoba. we can deliver and build anything you need for skylines and rb motors. also we are launching a youtube channel this summer to cover all the sick cars over canada much like the trc channell....we want to be able to bring coverage to everyone in Canada and show people all the hidden jems i know that are out there! anyway pm me if you want your car covered this summer. ill be flying all over the place and driving the r32 to closer destinations like Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, med hat etc. we got a lot of expensive camera gear and crew its gunna be nuts! anyone covered gets lots of prairie boost gear and free dyno tuning at our new shop being built! stay in touch and follow our 800hp rb26 build that is gunna be crushing the Prairie Boost streets this summer! we sell 4 inch custom exhaust all vibrant pipe! catch cans, single turbo manifolds, etc! pm if you need anything or need to get in contact with prp canada for all your sweeeet parts. we use local millers motors for machining, etc and are happy to help with your builds. cheers
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