Here, the dyno shows a 2.3 horsepower and 0.1 ft/lbs torque difference
between the stock fluids and the RedLine synthetic fluids, however the average gain was 2.7 horsepower and
2.6 ft/lbs torque. This is also illustrated in the graph below.
Zooming in on the coast down or deceleration test, we can see the graph of the drive
train losses. With the addition of the RedLine synthetic oils, here you can see that the car is now absorbing
3.2 less horsepower, which translates to more power to the road.
Right away I could feel the difference in the shifter. Before, it was more notchy
and the throw was not as smooth. With the RedLine synthetic in there, it is actually notchier than the stock fluid
when cold, but once it warms up, it is much smoother to move between gears.