Why was the Supershift made specifically for manual transmissions?
Gear oil is different than engine oil.
Because it's a different mechanism than an engine.
There are two types of gear oil: transmission oil and differential oil. This has a different mission and differential structure, but isn't it a gear? A thing with gears in it is called a gear. There are gears, LSD, and synchro gears to control the operation of "slipping" and "not slipping", right?
However, in the first place, even though the structure is completely different, everyone uses the same "mission oil" and "gear oil" in their bodies.
Isn't it weird to use the same gear oil for things with different uses and structures? I thought that was the beginning.
Even if you teach a child who is good at studying and a child who is not good at it with the same study method, it is natural that there will be a difference in performance.
It's natural for a child who is good at studying to think, "This is so easy!"
So it's better to study with a teacher who fits the child.
Delta has standard gear oil like school lessons, but Super Shift is specialized for manual transmissions, so I wonder if it's more like a private cram school teacher.
Because I want to maximize the performance of that car (laughs)
I feel like the car is the child and the driver is the parent. But the true parent is the person who developed the oil, right?
Might be so! ! ! (Laughs) I think that ordinary oil engineers think, ``Oil performance can be demonstrated only when gears and various structures are in the correct state and operate normally.''
That's why I think you don't want to think about what to do with gear oil when you have a problem with a gear and it's hard to get into.
But the user base thinks differently.
Even if I say "If there is a problem, fix the mission!", I won't do it if the mission needs to be overhauled.
As a parent with a favorite car, that is a problem.
Were there many such consultations among customers?
Are you talking about the owner of the car that is in stock at Fnuts? Many of the customers were driving on the circuit, so there were many people who rushed in with the problem that they couldn't get into gear.
Some of the customers asked me, "Is there anything you can do with oil?"
After all, it would be nice if you consulted me like that... my inquisitiveness is ignited. (smile)
That's why Super Shift, which specializes in manual transmissions, was created!
After all, it is a factory where a certain number of users with the same problems rush in.
There will be no shortage of problem-solving products!
But there is one caveat.
Not there, but...
Gear oil has a high viscosity.
That's why you can't easily drop what's in it.
For example, after eating yakiniku, if the plate cools and hardens, it takes time to remove the oil, but you can easily remove the dressing, right? The high viscosity of gear oil is such an image.
So, not only Delta's gear oil, but the same can be said for gear oils from other manufacturers, but if you want to try a different gear oil, you should use the new oil for up to about 3 oil changes. is good, isn't it?
The original oil cools in every corner of the gear and sticks to it in a highly viscous state, making it difficult to remove.
I think that the ratio will be about 7:3 in the first exchange. I'll get closer to 8:2-100% next time.
The replaced oil is slowly replaced while dropping the old oil.
When you change the gear oil about 3 times, it will be the standard for you to feel "This is good!" for the first time.
oh yeah! It's not easy to disassemble gears and clean them all once with detergent, so I would like you to use the same oil at least 3 times to get 100% performance.
Even if you don't feel smooth after replacing it to some extent, it's better not to say, "I'm done!"
First of all, you should wait until you change 3 times so that you don't get lost in the product and gear oil!