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On 8/22/2020 at 12:06 AM, That Guy said:

It's not for everyone, but if you like to tinker a little, the he351ve vgt off the newer trucks is a small upgrade.

 

Kind of is but small exhaust housing of a 9cm2. The only different between is mine is a 60/60/12 and the HE351 is a 60/60/9. Hybrid HX35/40 breathes better. 

11 hours ago, Red00 said:

Thanks guys for the responses. Been out of town and haven't had the opportunity to reply. Did check and there was oil in the rearend. Thought I might drain some out and add some friction modifier. What brand should I use? 

I typically just buy the NAPA 85w-140 with modifier included. Just pour in.

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44 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

Kind of is but small exhaust housing of a 9cm2. The only different between is mine is a 60/60/12 and the HE351 is a 60/60/9. Hybrid HX35/40 breathes better. 

I typically just buy the NAPA 85w-140 with modifier included. Just pour in.

I know the CW is a 9cm2, but the VE is the vgt with 3-25. 

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