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ATLANTIC SYNTHETIC DCT/DSG - Dual Wet Clutch Transmission Fluid

ATLANTIC SYNTHETIC DCT/DSG - Dual Wet Clutch Transmission Fluid

DESCRIPTION

ATLANTIC SYNTHETIC DCT/DSG is a fully synthetic lubricant combining carefully selected advanced DCT additive technology with high quality base oils, specifically developed for the dual clutch transmissions (DCT) of modern passenger cars. It ensures trouble-free operation of these gearboxes and excellent wet clutch friction stability.

APPLICATIONS

ATLANTIC FULLY SYNTHETIC DCT/DSG FLUID is suitable for service fill in the following applications:

  • VW, Seat and Skoda 6-speed wet Dual Clutch Transmissions (2003 to present)
  • Ford, Volvo, Mitsubishi, PSA and Chrysler 6-speed wet Dual Clutch Transmissions (2007 to present)
  • BMW, Porsche & Mercedes-Benz, GETRAG’s Powershift 7DCL750 transmissions etc.

This product is not intended for VW dry clutch DSG type 0AM, 02M, 02Q and 02S

PROPERTIES

ATLANTIC SYNTHETIC DCT/DSG is a high quality fluid combining the functionality of manual and automatic transmissions. Its specific formulation guarantees stable performance under varying, including severe driving, conditions. It contributes significantly to fuel economy.

PRODUCT BENEFITS

  • Anti-wear protection, significantly extended transmission life;
  • Extended oil life: excellent thermal and oxidation stability;
  • Exceptional shear stability;
  • Maximum fuel efficiency;
  • Enhanced friction durability for smooth transmission performance;
  • Excellent seal compatibility;
  • Superior anti-shudder durability;

RECOMMENDATIONS / SPECIFICATIONS

BMW DCTF -1, MTF LT-5, CHRYSLER 68044345EA, FERRARI TF DCT -F3, FIAT 9.55550-MZ6, PSA 9734 S2, FORD WSS -M2C 936-A, WSS -M2C936-A, MB 236.21, 236.25, MITSUBISHI DIA MOND QUEEN SSTF -1, NISSAN R35 SPECIAL, PORSCHE 000.043.20, 000.043.207.29, 000.043.207.30, VOLVO BOT 341 #1161838, RENAULT BOT 450 EDC 6-Speed, VW G 052 182, G 052 529, G 052 513, TL 52182.