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The important thing to remember is to match colors... never mix colors - especially pink/red and green... The combination of the two different chemicals combined with the metal combination within certain parts of the engine have a very severe corrosive/breakdown effect which can lead to costly repairs. If you search the other bulletin boards (Classic 900, NG900, etc.) you will see several remarks with regard to folks who have mixed and paid the price later on.
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