Does't the NS denote non limited diff?Both the LSD unit and the syncronizers require the correct lubricant. It IS Redline 75-90 NS
It is available at Centerlinealfa.com.
DON`T use anything else, particularly the ones suggested in the manual.
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Does't the NS denote non limited diff?
Thanks to anyone clarifying this?
Ok thanks that’s what I thought, hence me questioning.The 75W90 has the LSD additives for clutch-type LSDs and the 75W90NS does not. This is all on the Redline pages and tech articles, yet folks seem to keep getting it wrong.
https://www.redlineoil.com/Content/files/tech/Gear Oil Tech Info.pdf
"Contains additional friction modifiers for suitability with clutch-type limited slip differentials - for most LSDs, no additional friction modifiers are required"