Anybody seen this error while on track?

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Please correct me if I am wrong but it takes 2500 seconds for the Verus Engineering plate to perform better than the stock differential cooling plate? That is over 40 minutes of track driving before the temperature of the verus cooling plate is lower than the stock cooling plate. I dont mean to be a negative nancy but there is no way that this fixes anything to that extreme from having a code to not having a code. Average track day person isnt going to be doing 40 minute full out track sessions without stopping in between when the car could cool down. Feels more like one of those dress up parts.
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The way I read that little statement in the middle, which is poor testing practice, is oil temp in the diff was 15F higher when they decided to slap on the Verus plate, but that's just me being optimistic about this vague description. Perhaps you can reach out to Verus?
 

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Please correct me if I am wrong but it takes 2500 seconds for the Verus Engineering plate to perform better than the stock differential cooling plate? That is over 40 minutes of track driving before the temperature of the verus cooling plate is lower than the stock cooling plate. I dont mean to be a negative nancy but there is no way that this fixes anything to that extreme from having a code to not having a code. Average track day person isnt going to be doing 40 minute full out track sessions without stopping in between when the car could cool down. Feels more like one of those dress up parts.
According to the disclaimer on the graph, In the large gray box, they installed the cooling plate while the diff was still hot. It would be nice to get some better data from them. It's not very like them to use incomplete data like this.
 

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According to the disclaimer on the graph, In the large gray box, they installed the cooling plate while the diff was still hot. It would be nice to get some better data from them. It's not very like them to use incomplete data like this.
it seems I cannot read. I know it wont be 100% but assuming we can extrapolate the data to the same starting temperatures it would still level off at a similar temperature and still not provide much additional cooling.
 

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So I’m running into the same issue. No tune, bolts on’s only. I ran in sport mode and to red line in automatic. Some mentioned above that spending too much time on redline with no traction could be the issue which is what’s happening :(

Would gripper tires help resolve this issue or just can’t push the car that hard?

issue started when i switched to new wheels if that makes a difference.
 
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