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all, 

 

one recent drift day, my r34 oil temp was getting to around 120 degree and tuner had set it so it was limiting rev to 5.7 k to limit engine damage

 

i had a lot of first gear and second gear on doughnats on high rpm and lost around 1 litre of oil 

 

car oil temp normally sits at 80 -90 degree in city as i have a 19 row oil cooler but even with oil cooler it was getting very hot

 

water temp was normal around 95 degree ( normally sits on 75 due to up rated moshimoto radiator)

 

is that normal for drift car to get extremely hot and loosing too much oil ?

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Yup. Donuts are stupid. Lots of power made, no airflow over your cooler.

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