My Volvo 850 T5 500hp+ running E85 & VEMS
Some mixed movieclips of my 850 turbo
when setting up the engine map. Running Holset HX35 turbo, 1260cc Lucas injectors, JE pistons
(81.5mm), LGspeed rods, crappy GLT-cams, Sachs 707 clutch with sinter disc,
ethanol, 2x255 pumps, MSD ignition, Quaife LSD, VEMS (Versatile Engine
Management Systems) and running quite low Boost ~22psi (1.5bar), and a lot more stuff
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Motor Blow - Volvo S70 (Ends in Flames)
This was yet another successful motor blow, with an old volvo s70, that
ended in flames, like they should! It lasted a total of 7 minutes and 20
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Volvo 850, S70, V70 PCV System Replacement Pt 1 of 2 - Auto Repair Series
PCV System Replacement (Part 1 of 2): 2 to 8 hours.
For part 2 of 2 click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lPkMjdt121I
If you are purchasing a PCV kit and you are NOT 100% SURE what motor your
car has, you need to check the serial number on the motor and order the
CORRECT kit. If the serial number on the motor is 330414 and higher, you
need to the later kit, for newer cars because the oil trap box is larger.
Click here to find the serial number:
Parts to get along with an PCV kit sold through some vendors, if your car
EGR Gasket: 3531078
Throttle Body Gasket: 9135990
PTC Vacuum Elbow: 1389574
High Pressure Fuel Line Hose, about 4 inches, 5/16" (7.5mm - 8mm).
This video will show you how I serviced the PCV System on a 1995 Volvo 850
turbo car. It also shows a few things
about the 1993 and 1994 NA 850 and explains the process with the newer
850's and S70 and V70 through 1998. The car in the video had EGR so it
shows how those parts are taken apart and cleaned.
Volvo 242 T5 (1975) 540hk/600nm
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Superretards video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KAJ_mo2bTY
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OBX Exhaust - Volvo S70 T5
Sound clip of the complete Exhaust
setup by OBX. Includes a three inch downpipe, and 2.5" for the rest of the
system. Overall, fitment was not bad. The only real problems I encountered
is the rear hangers aren't right. They need to be lowered on the car. A 5
minute job for an Exhaust shop.
The tip sticks out too far as well. It would need to be cut after the
muffler and shortened if one so desires.
The car sounds wonderful. Not annoying at all on the freeway, and has a
deep growl; that signature whiteblock five cylinder sound. :)
Blow off Valve is an HKS SSQV
Volvo 850, S70, V70 Front Wheel Bearing Replacement - Auto Repair Series
Wheel bearing replacement: 2 to 4 hours.
Over the past 5,000 miles or so I have heard my front right wheel bearing
making a little noise. It hasn't gotten much worse but it's best to replace
them before they come apart or tear something else up. I have a 1995 Volvo
Proper torque values are:
- Wheel bearing bolts, 33 ft/lbs, then another 60 degrees.
- Brake caliper mounting bolts, 74 ft/lbs.
- Control arm bolts, ball join nut 13 ft/lbs. (plus 120 degrees), subframe
bolts 48 ft/lbs. (plus 120 degrees),
- Wheel lug nuts, 80 ft/lbs.
- CV Axle bolt, 89 ft/lbs, then another 60 degrees (36mm or 32mm).
I used a OEM Volvo bearing (so I was told) which I purchased from eBay. I
have read that a company named FAG makes bearings for Volvo. They also make
the bearings for Timken. Anywho, I would like to think I have a bearing
that will last another 227,800+ miles, that's why I went with Volvo.
Unfortunately I have read that someone had an OEM bearing go out on them in
less than 15,000 miles. We'll see (I plan on driving this car for some
Volvo S70 T5 Custom ECU Tuning NO Exhaust
My 1998 Volvo S70 T5 with only a 3" Downpipe, nothing else, my own tune and
the interior stripped for the most part. We were acting pretty stupid
through most of the video. All In video was shot in Mexico. Also note,
these runs were with three people in the car
ipd Volvo Turbo Stage III V70 upgrade package
During the fall of 2005, the staff at ipd noticed that 1994-1998 Volvo 850
& S70/V70 T5 models were becoming quite popular with the Volvo performance
crowd. ipd has developed a Stage III turbo upgrade package.
Heater Core Replacement, Volvo S70, V70, XC70, 850 - Auto Repair Series
Heater Core Replacement: 1 to 2 hours. ($40 / $290 / $480)
If you smell coolant or other sweet odor when you turn the heat on, there
is a good chance that your heater core has started to leak. If your windows
fog along with the odor, you need to replace the core immediately.
I replaced a heater core in this Volvo S70. The process is just about the
same for the Volvo 850 except for process of removing the lower dash
panels. A little easier on the 850.
I suggest that you drain the radiator before doing this task. It will help
you loose less coolant inside the cabin.
Basic heat / AC system information:
Volvo V40 T5 R-Design with Floris Wyers (MrWheels)
Volvo V40 T5 R-Design by Floris Wyers (MrWheels)
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