Originally Posted by teamgp
Trinity 55wt is more of an exact match, but I'm a nitpicky person.
Keep in mind that closing one piston hole on the adjustable pistons with XRAY 30wt is more like closing 1.5 to 2 piston holes with Trinity 55wt.
Guy, knowing that both are pure silicone fluid but they are rated on differerent scales of viscosity, and the Xray 30wt is quite similar to Trinity 55wt and AE 45wt, can you help me understand why one would feel heavier with a simple piston hole change? For that to be true, they would have to have different characteristics such as; make-up (one or both really aren't pure silicone), or density (again, they are both pure silicone).
I'm not saying your statement isn't true, I'm just curious why. Not being in the silicone lubricant business, I don't know if there are various levels or grades of pure silicone etc. etc.
BTW- see ya at the Birds. Oh, and if your car is faster than mine then you gotta let me try yours with the one-way setup....lol.
(just trying to keep the atmosphere light and humorous)