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What's the refill capacity of the front and rear diffs?
 

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Here it is
 

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Thanks Kris. Can you take a peek in MA-11 for me for the viscosity grade? Just want to double check RedLine's recommended 75w90 before I put it in.

After 30K miles the rear fluid looks virtually new, but the front is quite a bit darker. I'm going ahead and replacing both.
 

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Perfect, thanks. Looks like 2 quarts should fill both just fine.
 

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Weird how they seem to have typoed the "qt" as "pt" in some places. I assume the former must be correct, the latter is WAY too little fluid.
 

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While you are doing it why not use synthetic. Then you will not have to do it again!.
I have 75w90 Amsoil Series 2000 in mine (since 3k miles).
I tried to do the Transfer case too, but the filler plug is almost impossible to get at.
 

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Um, RedLine 75w90 *is* synthetic , and us racers have a religious devotion to the stuff, though honestly I've never seen a comparison that shows one top shelf synth (RedLine, Amsoil, Royal Purple, Mobil1, Neo) better than any other.

Just got done, and the car feels great! I can totally feel the extra HP and my MPG went up too!!!...

:rolleyes:

Just kidding :2:
 
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