the above is from the horses mouth regarding silicone fluids
"Silicone fluids range in viscosity from 0.65 cs (thinner than water) to more than 20,000,000 cs (thicker than chewing gum)."
So I guess I can put bubblelicious or Wrigleys in my gear diff as a tunning option?
so is the theory for thicker oil based on non-newtonian fluid behaviour? ei, give or stay fluid like under little or slow force but increase resistance to an almost solid state when applied with a fast strong force?