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Old 04-21-2019, 05:05 PM
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Originally Posted by David Kirkham View Post
Differentials will get to 150 F within a few seconds of running--maybe 30. It's amazing how fast they heat up. Running temperatures are 200 F or so on the street and 220 F on the track is not uncommon. 240 F is too hot and it's time to get a cooler going.
Good to know. I like taking measurements of stuff when everything is running fine and then logging it so if it changes in the future I at least have a little advance notice that something is either behaving differently or, more likely, is about to go south on me. It didn't occur to me to stick a Thermax strip on the diff until this thread came out.
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