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JDMjunkies.BN Super Kits - Price updated!!

Working with various tuners, Red Line Oil developed convenient synthetic oil packages for the many of the world's most popular performance vehicles. Included in these kits are engine oil, transmission oil, gear oil for the differential, a bottle of WaterWetter and a bottle of SI-1 Complete Fuel System Cleaner.

Each kit includes enough fluid for a complete oil swap (users must check vehicle specs for capacity to ensure against overfilling, as full quarts may provide more product than necessary). JDMjunkies.BN Oil Super Kits are now available for selected Auto Transmission Cars

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March 17, 2011

Toda Racing K-series Cam Package

Another 14 days till the promo ends...

Still available and up for grabs: (Normal: $2600, Offer: $2300)
1. Toda A2 Cams (good for street use)
2. Toda A3 Cams (good for highway)
-comes complete with Valve Spring and Chain Tensioner

Also in stock, Spoon Sports 2P Head Gasket for all K-series.. Thickness 0.45 (std 0.75).

March 10, 2011


Please check here for availability of our upcoming service...


February 17, 2011

Redline Tuning House.. Coming soon!!

January 27, 2011


Finally!!.. Da Pit is complete..


January 19, 2011

Coming Soon!!!

January 13, 2011

Used 08/09 Skyline 370GT for sale...

2008/2009 Used Nissan Skyline 370GT for sale..

$1126/mth x 7 years, Amt $65,000.

Car just serviced with our Red Line Oil (5w30).

Mint condition... Email us for more information.

January 8, 2011

Red Line Limited Slip Friction Modifier

Red Line Limited Slip Friction Modifier

Now Available!!
  • Compatible with both petroleum and synthetic gear oils
  • Reduces break-in temps as much as 50°F
  • Add 1oz at a time to clutch-type limited slip or posi-traction units to eliminate chatter

Limited-slip or Positraction units use plates or clutches to provide the proper amount of lock-up to the differential. Slippery lubricants are required to prevent chatter, but too much slipperiness causes excess wheel spin, reducing traction.
For perfect traction, use Red Line 75W90NS and add the Red Line Limited-Slip Differential Friction-Modifier / Break-In Additive until the chatter disappears.

Satisfies performance requirements of GM 1052358, Ford M2C118-A, 19B546-MA, Chrysler 4318060 and most imports.

Recommended Dosage:
Use 4% for prevention of limited slip chatter in broken-in units (typical one 4 oz. bottle) or 4 to 8% for the break-in of new differentials.

Red Line Limited-Slip Differential Friction-Modifier / Break-In Additive will significantly reduce the friction during break-in of differentials. High temperatures encountered in break-in
can destroy the hardening of the gear teeth causing rapid wear of the softened gears. This additive can reduce the break-in temperatures by as much as 50°F, improving break-in conditions. Compatible with petroleum or synthetic gear oils. Red Line Gear Oils already contain this additive (except the NS).

In non limited-slip racing differentials and quick change units using the Red Line ShockProof Gear Oils an additional 3 to 6% Red Line Limited-Slip Differential Friction-Modifier / Break-In Additive is recommended.

January 7, 2011

Red Line MT85 75W85

Red Line MT85 75W85 GL-4 Gear Oil,

Now Available!!

  • Recommended for Nissan 350Z and 370Z (also most Maxima, Altima & Sentra), Mitsubishi Evolution, Hyundai, and Kia applications
  • Many NV4500 truck transmission applications like Chevy Silverado and Dodge Ram
  • Safe for brass synchros, as it lacks the reactive sulfurs found in most GL-5 oils that cause damage
  • Offers quicker shifts, perfect synchronizer coefficient of friction
  • Eliminates notchy shifting, even when cold
  • High performance gear protection and longer synchro life
  • Recommended for GL-1, GL-3 and GL-4 applications, as well as where most special synchromesh fluids are specified
  • Satisifies the gear oil viscosity requirements of 75W, 80W, 85W and motor oil viscosities of SAE 30 and 5W30

November 11, 2010

How to RECHARGE your K&N Filter?

A lot of people have been asking us this question.. How do I/we clean the K&N Filter?

So, we have decided to post a video showing the process and steps to recharge your filter. Enjoy!! :D

October 29, 2010

2010 SuperGT - Round 8 (Final Round)

2010 is the year the HSV-010 made its debut.. and on Round 8 held at Motegi (Final round of the 2010 SuperGT), both Weider HSV-010 and Keihin HSV-010 has managed to clinched both 2nd and 3rd placing respectively in the GT500 class behind 1st place Petronas Tom's SC430.

Overall.. Weider HSV-010 is the champion for both the drivers and team title.

From Web..

"The MOTEGI GT 250 km RACE, Round 8 of the 2010 AUTOBACS SUPER GT, took place at the Twin Ring Motegi (Tochigi Pref.) on Oct. 24. The GT500 class race was won by the No. 1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430 driven by Juichi Wakisaka and Andre Lotterer. The GT300 class victory went to the No. 3 TOMICA Z driven by Kazuki Hoshino and Masataka Yanagida.
The 2010 Driver series title for the GT500 class was won by Takashi Kogure and Loic Duval (Weider HSV-010), who finished 2nd in this race. In the GT300 class, the season Driver title was claimed by the Hoshino/Yanagida pair."

"It was the winner of this race, Juichi Wakisaka of the No.1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430 team, and the 2nd place finisher and season title winner Takashi Kogure of the No.18 Weider HSV-010 team who thrilled the fans gathered here at Motegi for this final contest of the 2010 season with the memorable battle they staged over the second half of the race.

As the second stint drivers for their respective teams, these two ace drivers were pitted against each other is a tense, close-fought battle that kept the spectators on the edge of their seats right down to the closing seconds. Although 2nd place was all he needed to clinch the season title, Kogure never let up the pressure as he stalked Wakisaka, waiting for his chance to steal the lead. As for Wakisaka, he fought a fair fight throughout, even though the two machines bumped each other at times in the heat of the competition. It was truly a showdown that will live on in the annals of GT history as a clash of the competitive spirit of two titans of the race arena.

No.17 KEIHIN HSV-010
The race began exactly at 14:00 under cloudy skies. The cars went into the first corner roughly in their grid order with pole-sitter Loic Duval leading in car No. 18. That changed on lap three when the No. 6 ENEOS SC430 (Bjorn Wirdheim) running in 2nd place was given a 20-second penalty stop. Wirdheim had gone through a red light at the exit to the pit road while heading to the grid before the start of the race.
This all but eliminated the title chances of the 2nd ranked No. 6 team and appeared to take considerable pressure of No.18 all at once. However, Andre Lotterer in the No. 1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430 had other ideas as he charged hard in pursuit of the leader. Lotterer had passed the No. 12 CALSONIC IMPUL GT-R (Tsugio Matsuda) on the opening lap, and with the penalty on No. 6 he stood in 3rd position. On lap 14 he dispatched the No. 17 KEIHIN HSV-010 (Toshihiro Kaneishi) and headed off in pursuit of No. 18. On the first corner of lap 19 Lotterer (No. 1) made a move on No. 18 (Duval). Without making any undue effort to block Lotterer's path, Duval let the No. 1 car past and into the lead.

Car No. 1 was the first of the two to make its pit stop, with Duval bringing his car No. 18 into the pit a lap later. The No. 1 team was about two seconds faster in its pit work, which meant that the two machines returned to the track with No. 1 in the lead and Juichi Wakisaka at the wheel. Meanwhile, Takashi Kogure took the wheel of car No.18.
By the time all of the cars had finished their pit stops and returned to the track, No.1 (Wakisaka) was in the lead with No. 18 (Kogure) once again in 2nd place. From this point began the most memorable battle of the 2010 season. On the first corner of lap 36, Kogure in car No. 18 moved up on the outside and pulled alongside Wakisaka (No. 1) and stayed there through the second corner and headed toward the third corner. The two machines bumped each other lightly as they ran side-by-side, but they kept the fight fair with neither trying to push the other off the track. Eventually, Wakisaka in car No. 1 emerged the winner of this skirmish but Kogure (No. 18) remained undaunted as he continued to stalk the leader. The close-fought skirmishes continued this way right down to the final lap. Coming out of the last turn of that final lap Kogure (No.18) made one last attempt to pass car No.1 but Wakisaka held him off to take the checkered and the win. For the No.1 PETRONAS TOM'S SC430 team (Juichi Wakisaka/Andre Lotterer), it was their first win of the season.

No.18 Weider HSV-010
By finishing 2nd the No. 18 Weider HSV-010 team (Takashi Kogure/Loic Duval) were able to defend their lead in the season's ranking and win the Driver title. Also, the Team title went to the Weider Honda Racing team.
Finishing 3rd in the race was the No. 17 KEIHIN HSV-010 (Toshihiro Kaneishi/Koudai Tsukakoshi), which has started the race on the 3rd grid position. This team's strategy had been to save time in the pit by changing only the two rear tires in order to catch the two lead machines, but the gap was too great.

Fourth place went to the No. 35 MJ KRAFT SC430 (Hiroaki Ishiura/Kazuya Oshima) while the No. 12 CALSONICIMPUL GT-R (Tsugio Matsuda/Ronnie Quintarell) became the first of the GT-R finishers in 5th place.