Date: Sat, 21 Aug 1999 22:20:27 -0400
From: "Gregory Bower" <gfb3nopsamdnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: Are friction modifiers recommended for the Classic 900 manual box?


See extensive discussions at http://www.saabnet.com/tsn I think that the majority said no. In addition, I seem to recall SAAB's national trainer and knower of all things SAAB saying that the 900 transmission actually relies on some of the friction for correct functioning. See Saabnet.com for further. Look in the archives if there are no current threads. GFB Dean Malandris <wwwnopsamus-technologies.com> wrote in message news:37be2f4c.435041734nopsam.zip.com.au... > Now we all know the 5-speed is not the smoothest box in the world. Question > is, do modifiers such as Slick 50, Nulon etc. etc. actually relieve the > notchiness at all? I'm not expecting it turn it into the Getrag 245S I used > to have in the BMW, but I am curious to hear if anyone has used such > compounds and your experiences by them. > > -- > Alcohol and calculus don't mix. Never drink and derive. > -------------------------------------------------------------------------- -- > Plexus Technologies Pty. Limited. Electronics Consulting, Research & Development. > http://www.plexus-technologies.com > Mobile: +61 (0)411 470 880 > ICQ: 719010

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