I think it is worth looking at the overheating motors first as this can cause a short flight time.
from your log it looks like your yaw working good but two CW motors overheating suggests that those two motors work harder to maintain the yaw orientation.
I assume that you are flying without the gimbal and the camera, adding the weight of the gimbal and the camera will make the flight time shorter.
Please do following checks.
1. disconnect motors from escs and try to spin motors by hand check if all motors feel the same, if there is any mechanical issue like bad bearings or something stopping the motors mechanically then the motors will experience higher load and current draw witch will cause shorter flight time.
make sure all motors a levelled, if you set them at a small angle to improve yaw authority check if the angle is in a correct direction. Tarot frame uses round tubes as arms, this makes it difficult to set motors levelled, if motors are set at an angle in a wrong direction it will affect the yaw authority and might make motors work harder and overheat.
2. try different motors
3. check ESCs, do a ground test of one motor with various ESCs and check temperatures.
4. check ESC settings make sure the timing is set up the same on all ESCs.
I hope this helps, please let me know