One of the main concerns with the M177 equipped C63 and C63S AMG is maintaining cool intake temperatures. Due to constant high RPM’s on the track, and low wind speeds through turns, intake air temperatures start to increase far beyond ambient temperatures, thus dropping horsepower and creating inconsistencies in lap times.
To make matters worse, the factory design of the cooling system interconnects the cooling system for the intercoolers and the cooling system of the transmission. As transmission temperatures start to increase, so do your intake air temperatures. The Dime Racing Competition Spec Cooling System is features a completely separated (divorced) intercooler and transmission cooling circuit which allows both systems to run at a much cooler and more consistent temperatures.