thats odd you should really take your car in for service if your burning fluid that's not common. The trans isn't an issue it would be the clutch that would be the fail point.After almost 3 years, there weren't 10 people that would put the money towards it? A place by me builds custom turbo setups, but I am hesitant about the transmission. I'm burning up fluid just with a few bolt ons and a tune. Not sure the stock trans, especially with 60k on it now, would hold up with a turbo.
fluid is good for 100k. You can switch oil but it's really not needed at your power level.Are there sensible upgrades for the auto trans on these cars to enable it to handle more power reliably?
I drive my car pretty hard, and lots of city miles - just had trans drained and filled recently and the fluid was pretty beat up.
No...no...fluid is good for 100k. You can switch oil but it's really not needed at your power level.
Most start shifting like crap by 40-50k at most if they're driven in town.
That said, the stock fill comes with corrosion inhibitors that gives it a brownish tinge, normally a color that you do not want to see with transmission fluid.