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Just wondering which Redline Transmission Fluid you guys are running and enjoying the results with. I would order Amsoil like I usually do, but I need the stuff by Monday, and the HRPworld ships to me overnight for free.

Should I run:
  1. Redline Synthetic ATF
  2. Red Line D4 Synthetic ATF
  3. Red Line High-Temp Synthetic ATF
  4. Red Line Racing Synthetic ATF
  5. Red Line Racing Synthetic C+ ATF
  6. Red Line D6 Synthetic ATF
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Amsoil Torque Drive. It shifts as easily as Dexron III at -5C and is a top of the line synthetic. Once the tranny is warm I shift with thumb and forefinger.
 

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Back to your original quesion Ted, I heard to use Redline D4ATF. The Redline MTL is hard to shift. You probabably already found out what to use by now.
 

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I used to run Redline D4 in my Mustang's T5. Redline stated the D4 offered additional protection over their regular ATF. MTL was suggested for open track/road race applications only. Otherwise it was too thick for the transmission. Then I started using Amsoil products, and never looked back.
 

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For what it's worth:

UUC recommends a specific mix of transmission fluids, 1 bottle Redline 75W-140NS and 1 bottle Redline D4 ATF

But they may be talking about a stupid Bimmer
 
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