Where might one purchase the FluiX Rear Differential cover should they want to give it a try?
Thank you! Yes, I sent one to Alejandro Flores to make a Youtube video. He reported up to 30 F temperature drop, but I believe he re-used the initial temp sensor of the car, vs. installing a new one like @JohnVallo. Alex only mentioned the cover in a short clip so far, but I hope he will make a full video on it. I am not sure if re-using the inital temp sensor or installing a different one may yield a larger error. Harrop Australia will also make tests soon, then I can report back with more results.@ FluiX - have you had a chance to install in any other cars?
It would be great to review a test plan ahead of time with initial temps from stock cover. Then repeat test with new cover and report back data.
Agree that some ambient and track temps would be good info as well as multiple sessions.
Great to see the initiatives and appreciate the hard work and investment.
Thanks for that recommendation Oryx. Unfortunately, the solenoids can’t be rotated clockwise anymore. That would press the nitrous feed line down into the coolant hose and cause alignment issues with the hard nitrous lines between the solenoids and plate.
Will you be preparing a before and after test plan?
Thank you! Install details would be great. I've only had alerts a couple of times as well.Mine arrived as well.
Incredible shipping time... I ordered mid-day Thursday (Eastern Time) and the cover arrived mid-day Tuesday.
The part looks very well made and machined.
I'm hopeful I can get it swapped in this weekend. I'll be doing this in a friend's garage, on jack stands, and hopefully re-using all original hardware and temp sensor (with new red sealant).
I'll be able to report back on install, but not much in the way of before/after temps, since as I said above I've only ever gotten the warning once at Barber and I won't be back there for a while.