Thanks Ken and OE, good to have your input.
@OE, yes totally get the tolerance importance, I'm just looking more towards either finding a "Super Grease" or keeping the grease in place with "O rings" atm. There are some secondary issues with pinch points that I bored everybody to death with here: http://www.alfaowner.com/Forum/alfa-...l#post13732626 (Powerflex Mk4 - Non Squeak Edition!)
@Ken that's an interesting find, it actually gave me something to go by as your clearly pleased with its performance.
I've been looking for any clues to why this "Gorilla Snot" could have a performance benefit.
Now I'm no oil expert, but comparing data sheets with other known greases that are used, I think I can see the Gorilla Snot clearly performs very well at the load/pressure tests.
So some oil/grease manufacturers have data sheets measuring this with the "Timken" method, others are using the "4 ball Load/weld" measurement. I will compare like for like test data unless someone says otherwise.
The Gorilla Snot scores a high 70lbs on this "Timken" loading test compared with for example the Pro RGS Racing grease which scores 45lbs which is more typical for these greases I've noticed. I can't find any data on the Sea Doo XPS.
It makes you wonder, there may be more to this Gorilla Snot than we give it credit for.
Still thinking of ways to extend greasing intervals and searching for answers!