QUOTE (Mihkel @ Apr 13 2009, 05:43 AM)
Danny, how do You know Ravenol MM SP-III fluid meets the same specification of Hyundai ATF?
Do You have Hyundai ATF specification?
Well, it is claimed by Ravenol. They say, the "Ravenol MM SP-III" is especially produced for Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Kia transmissions. They also claim, that it meet Hyundai ATF specifications.
Unfortunately I have no possibility to verify this statement because Hyundai don't abandon any informations. I can only tell you the specifications of the Ravenol fluid:
Density at 20°C g/ml 0,847
Viscosity at -40°C mPas(cP) <17900
at 40°C mm²/s 31,8
at 100°C mm 2/s 7,1
flashing point COC °C >135
Pourpoint °C -48
Its a good idea to add something if You know how much to add - that the new mix would meet the specification, but as I remarked I dont know.
Do you mean Lubegard? They have a recommendation how much to add per liter ATF.
By gears You mean torqueconverter Danny?
I mean normal gears in the transmission, not especially the torqueconverter. It's just what Hyundai says. But it's possible, that the "paddle-wheels" of the torqueconverter also cause foaming.