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#1 LinkAuto

  • Joined:05-December 11
  • Location:Australia NSW

Posted 20 February 2012 - 04:09 PM

There are currently three ranges of gear oils available from Motul, grouped into their base quality.

The 100% synthetic “Motul Gear” range comes in three variants, for different applications.

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Gear Competition –
  • Offering the highest protection against wear
  • Ability to resist shock
  • High heat range to resist breakdown in harsh conditions such as track racing
  • Proven by its use in the Mugen Le Mans 24Hr race car.
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Gear 300LS
  • For high performance street use, with the ability to be used for occasional Motorsport events
  • Best of both worlds – High protection and shock resistance, without the need for resistance against extreme conditions
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Gear 300 –
  • Suitable for every day driving in high performance vehicles
  • Offers the highest standard in protection of the mechanical components
  • Long life
Also available:
  • GEAR FF LSD Type 2 (No picture at the moment)
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  • Nismo Competition Oil
The Synthetic range, or “Technosyntheses” range –
  • Suitable for use in most cars
  • Best used in your every day car
  • Offers high protection and long life
  • Affordable cost for every day use
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Motyl Gear (75W90 & 75W80)
  • For a better resistance at high temperature and longer life
  • Suitable for all manual transmissions
  • Synchronised or non synchronised gearboxes
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Multi ATF
  • Suitable for all automatic transmissions except CVT transmissions.
  • Long life

Also available:
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  • Dexron III
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  • Gearbox 80w-90

Finally there is the Mineral range of gear oils – While technology advances to create superior oils for use in modern cars, they are often unsuitable for older engines and drive train components found in classic cars.
This is because of the different materials used in older components, which can have unwanted reactions when in contact with additives contained in modern oils.
The Motul mineral gear oils available are:

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  • Mineral lubricant specially formulated for limited-slip differentials (LSD)
  • Suitable for racing cars
  • Passenger cars
  • 4WD
  • Suits heavy vehicles such as Forestry and Construction vehicles
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Gear Oil90
  • Mineral lubricant for lightly loaded mechanical transmission
  • Manual gearboxes and differentials
  • Fully compatible with copper and bronze alloys
  • Specially recommended for vintage or classic cars.
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  • Castor oil based lubricant for screw and wheel rear differentials or crown made of bronze alloys
  • Lubricant for lightly loaded manual transmissions and differentials
  • Fully compatible with copper and bronze alloys
There are some new products set for release, such as DEXRON VI and CVT Specific. More news on that when it happens.

#2 thecrow

  • Joined:25-April 12
  • Location:Australia VIC
  • Car:S15 Spec-S GT

Posted 26 April 2012 - 07:37 PM

just put gear300 in my s15 gearbox, its so quiet now! quality product fo sho

though i only put 1 litre, hope its enough

#3 Joe_89

  • Joined:20-December 11
  • Location:Australia QLD
  • Car:R33 GTST

Posted 18 May 2012 - 09:02 AM

 thecrow, on 26 April 2012 - 07:37 PM, said:

just put gear300 in my s15 gearbox, its so quiet now! quality product fo sho

though i only put 1 litre, hope its enough

You mean you put in ONE litre in total??

Take a look at this page for reference to oil quantities

#4 Guest_Galomnwx_*

Posted 29 September 2017 - 11:44 AM

is there a specified amount that goes into the transmission and differential, or just fill until it starts coming out of the fill hole for each?

#5 Wizard

  • Joined:09-February 10
  • Location:Australia NSW
  • Car:Moneypit

Posted 30 September 2017 - 06:24 AM

There is a specified amount, but you'll never drain out 100% of the oil fluid, so filling until it spills out of the filler hole is equivalent to putting in a measured amount.

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