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Old 14 June 2018, 06:41 PM
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Hi all

just wondering if anyone has used the red line high performance engine oil in a gc8 sti?

Wondering how it performs compared to the millers cfs nanodrive engine oil?

My car is a 97 sti v3 running 315bhp.

I want to buy buy the best
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Old 16 June 2018, 11:43 AM
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Any idea if Mr Opie Oil still kicks about?
Would love his advise on the best engine oil on the market at the moment
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No such thing as best imo. Just stick with a good one
E.g. Millers, royal purple, silver line synonic, or torrco etc....
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Originally Posted by mellinator2k View Post
Any idea if Mr Opie Oil still kicks about?
Would love his advise on the best engine oil on the market at the moment
#oilman
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Old 16 June 2018, 01:20 PM
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Thabks Don!

Don while I have you sir- I am trying to locate the screws and screw covers which are used for the handbrake trim. The screws and wee black pop on screw caps- for a 97 sti gc8. Any ideas where I would locate these mate?

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Items 3&4 ?
http://opposedforces.com/parts/impre...llustration_3/
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Old 16 June 2018, 04:25 PM
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Hi Don that looks like them. My handbrake section is pre facelift. So there is a bolt each side of the handbrake trim, down beside the front seat rails and a bolt in one of the cubby holes. I am sure they would fit thanks!


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Hi Don that looks like them. My handbrake section is pre facelift. So there is a bolt each side of the handbrake trim, down beside the front seat rails and a bolt in one of the cubby holes. I am sure they would fit thanks!
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Thatís then sir!! Thanks again
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