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5 speed dccd oil


ginganinja

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[quote name='jesus said:

Shockproof light here. Against advice, b]i added a little friction modifier to loosen up the DCCD a bit[/b]. Worked perfectly.

lolz

Well it was that or possibly the repeated skids and clutch drops that stopped the diff shuddering horribly on anything more than quarter lock. Now it binds up nice and smooth no matter what setting you use. Hell i dont even know if the DCCD clutch plates are sealed or splash lubed with trans oil....but i mended it.

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 jesus']

[quote name='jesus said:

Shockproof light here. Against advice, b]i added a little friction modifier to loosen up the DCCD a bit[/b]. Worked perfectly.

lolz

Well it was that or possibly the repeated skids and clutch drops that stopped the diff shuddering horribly on anything more than quarter lock. Now it binds up nice and smooth no matter what setting you use. Hell i dont even know if the DCCD clutch plates are sealed or splash lubed with trans oil....but i mended it.

I was just imagining that you were too retarded to know it was electronically adjustable.

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 jesus said:

Well it was that or possibly the repeated skids and clutch drops that stopped the diff shuddering horribly on anything more than quarter lock. Now it binds up nice and smooth no matter what setting you use. Hell i dont even know if the DCCD clutch plates are sealed or splash lubed with trans oil....but i mended it.

heres one i prepared earlier. it all shares the same gearbox lube. they can start to grind away a bit, my original one was never the same after a dyno run.

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 loner']

[quote name='jesus said:

Shockproof light here. Against advice, b]i added a little friction modifier to loosen up the DCCD a bit[/b]. Worked perfectly.

lolz

Well it was that or possibly the repeated skids and clutch drops that stopped the diff shuddering horribly on anything more than quarter lock. Now it binds up nice and smooth no matter what setting you use. Hell i dont even know if the DCCD clutch plates are sealed or splash lubed with trans oil....but i mended it.

I was just imagining that you were too retarded to know it was electronically adjustable.

Bit quick to judge me there skipper.

Nice photo Nick. Thats a bigger jigsaw puzzle than i\'d like to deal with.

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  • 5 years later...

Ok so a bit of a thread revival. Still get very mixed opinions on this topic around DCCD gearbox oils.

 

I am up to doing my gearbox oil again in my rebuilt 5 speed DCCD box.

 

Gearbox number TY754B1EA 

 

So this has the helical front diff. Last time I used Motul FF Type 2 LSD 75w90.  However i cant get any of this till mid jan and I was hoping to be starting the car this weekend.

 

What oils are others using in this gearbox? Do I need and LSD oil for the box and front diff due to the Helical front LSD? What alternatives are there to the mogul I have mentioned?

Look forward to your responses.

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2 hours ago, GC8E2DD said:

I've been running Motul Gear 300 in my 1CA and 1EA for years. No complaints, and they used to get a pretty hard workout on a regular basis.

just so i am clear, you run the Motul Gear 300 or the Motul Gear 300 LS?

And also while i am at it what do you run in your rear Diff?  i am guessing you have an R180 LSD?

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On 17/12/2019 at 5:47 PM, ginganinja said:

just so i am clear, you run the Motul Gear 300 or the Motul Gear 300 LS?

And also while i am at it what do you run in your rear Diff?  i am guessing you have an R180 LSD?

Yes, the non LS version. For the R180 I think just PA90. Oh, and sometimes you can get better pricing on Motul stuff through motorcycle shops (unless of course you can already get cost+ somehow).

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