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Take a look at the back of your owners manual...all the capacities are listed there. As for royal purple or redline...the jury is still out. I've heard good and bad about both. Some say RP is too slick, others swear by it. Hopefully someone will chime in with a biased opinion supported by data.
__________________ '98 Black SS
LS6 intake, S2 Heads, 218/224 .528/.535 114LSA Comp Cam w/ Crane 1.8 RR. SLP longtubes, custom dual exhaust. Baer GTP+ brakes. Hughes built 4l60E, vig2800 restalled to 3200.
I'd suggest that your money is better spent on Dexron III and using the savings to change your fluid and filter on a more frequent basis. Mike at Yank has said that some aftermarket oils are too slippery for the clutches to work properly in high HP cars.
__________________ 2008 Atomic Orange Coupe 3LT, CC3, Z51 M6
LG Pros with cats, Vararam, 160 T-stat, DTE 3.90s, Elite tunnel plate, Pfadt JOC Stage I, catch can, LG Wheels with 275 / 325 Invos MGW Shifter, EPS 226/230 115 cam, Peak ported IM & TB, HPT.
Gone but not forgotten:
2002 Camaro SS Droptop. cam, gears, etc.
11 sec 99 Z28 Vert, RIP.