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Old 03-26-2012, 07:55 PM   #1
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Hi everybodies. Good day.

I need some help from you all. 1st of all I would like to ask about the Bag B step 2. Regarding the message "Fill the differentials with oil up to 80% above the satelite gears. Put the S-WORKZ Diff. Oil 20000cps for the front Diff. and 2000cps for the rear Diff."

Does it mean to 1st of all pour out the 20000cps and then mix with the 2000cps?

And my 2nd question is which one is the front part and the rear part for the Bag B section? How come the Bag B 4th step just using 5000cps? Why shall we need to pour out 80% only? How if I pour out over than 80% what is going to be happen?

Thanks for those patient friend here that's your explanation. Very appreciate it here and hope to see your's reply.
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20,000 if for the front diff cup only. I personally use 7,000 in my front diff, 5,000 center, 3,000 rear. The 80% is in reference to how full you want to fill the diffs, just above the cross pins of the satellite gears.
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20,000 if for the front diff cup only. I personally use 7,000 in my front diff, 5,000 center, 3,000 rear. The 80% is in reference to how full you want to fill the diffs, just above the cross pins of the satellite gears.
Sorry that I am totally new here. So I really don't understand about all this diff. what is the meaning between 7,000 cps for the front, diff. 5,000 cps for center and the 3,000 cps for the rear. Can you explain please?

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Different oil thickness. As marked on diff Oil bottles
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Different oil thickness. As marked on diff Oil bottles
So may I know that is that the thickess is not good for it?
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The # on the bottle indicates how thick the oil is. The thicker the oil the more it will be like a solid axle. So in short the oil is used to tune how the car drives.
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