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New AMSOIL CVT Fluid Offers Protection For Continuously Variable Transmissions

AMSOIL Synthetic CVT Fluid is a cost-effective, premium-quality alternative to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) fluids, according to the company.

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SUPERIOR, Wis. – AMSOIL has introduced a new synthetic fluid for continuously variable transmissions (CVTs). AMSOIL Synthetic CVT Fluid provides outstanding metal-to-metal frictional properties and excellent protection and performance for CVT transmissions throughout vehicle manufacturer recommended drain intervals, the company says. AMSOIL Synthetic CVT Fluid is a cost-effective, premium-quality alternative to original equipment manufacturer (OEM) fluids.

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●Excellent frictional properties help prevent belt and chain slipping
●Outstanding wear protection helps extend CVT service life
●Resists varnish and thermal breakdown
●Superior wet-clutch performance for outstanding ant-shudder durability

AMSOIL testing showed that AMSOIL CVT Fluid lasted six times longer than longer than Nissan NS-2 CVT Fluid in the JASO LVFA Anti-Shudder Durability Test, translating into improved anti-shudder durability and reduced noise, vibration and harshness, the company said.

AMSOIL Synthetic CVT Fluid is recommended for belt- and chain-type continuously variable transmissions requiring the following:
Audi/Volkswagen TL 52180, G 052 180 • Dodge/Jeep CVTF+4, NS-2 • Ford CVT23, CVT30, MERCON C • GM/Saturn DEX-CVT • Honda HMMF, HCF-2 • Hyundai Genuine CVTF, SP-III • Kia SP-III • Mercedes-Benz 236.20 • Mini Cooper EZL 799 • Mitsubishi CVTF-J1, SP-III • Nissan NS-2 • Subaru Lineartronic® CVTF (P/N K0425Y0710, NS-2 • Suzuki TC, CVT Green 1, NS-2 • Toyota TC

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Not for use in eCVTs.

AMSOIL Synthetic CVT Fluid should be changed according to vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.The product is available in quarts, twin packs and 55 gallon drums.

Visit AMSOIL at www.amsoil.com.

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