All-new 2015 Volvo XC90 premiere with interior multimedia and safety explanation - Autogefühl
1:07 interior multimedia explanation from Thomas M. Müller (Volvo)
5:39 more driving shots
9:48 crash test shots
12:21 safety explanation from Thomas Broberg (Volvo)
We are taking an exclusive first look at the 2015 all-new Volvo XC90 at the
world premiere in Stickholm. With Volvo vice president Thomas M. Müller we
are getting detailed information on the new interior featuring a completely
new multimedia system. Volvo Safety expert Thomas Broberg explains us the
Volvo Engine head porting / port matching prep work !
Music : Mr oizo and Gaspard Augé "tricyle express"
Step two in the project :
Gasket matching is a good way to improve the flow in your head (engine
heads only) and to avoid the bad turbulences where they are not supposed to
be : between parts.
It's the first step in your porting job that you should think about ,and do
with your brain and hands.
The castings patterns are often quite "bad quality" (or i should say the
consequence of the application of a mass production process ) and it's the
way to start this kind of job.
Volvo 740 valve adjustment
This car and it's and owner are very special to me. Back in the day, they
called this car a 7 passenger Ferarri. I remember the funny Volvo TV ad's
comparing both cars. It is a 1988 turbo
Volvo 740 2.3 liter 4 cylinder with mechanical shim and bucket valve
adjustment discs. Very simular to the older 1.6 liter VW water cooled
engines like the Rabbit and Scirocco. This Volvo has 272k miles on the
clock, 155k miles on a rebuilt engine and rebuilt head without any valve
adjustments. I rebuilt the entire engine in 2003. Recently the idle quality
became rough and spark plugs started to foul when the two front cylinders
valve seat and valve wear absorbed the valve lash clearances to almost
nothing. This car belongs to a very special client. She'll never know how
many hours I have invested in keeping this turbo Brick going.
MGB Cylinder Head Skim
Anthony at CK Motor engineers in High Wycombe skims the head of our Project
A previous reconditioner had skimmed the head and block out of true, so one
side of each was higher than the other. Anthony corrected this on the CKM
lathe by skillfully setting the lathe bed up after numerous checks and
Volvo 940 Turbo Winter Drifting GoPro Full HD
My friends Volvo 940 turbo Drifting on
Rate, comment and subscribe!
The car has 220HP. Using The GoPro Hero HD Motorsport edition with some
extra tweaks( I made the mount a little bit longer)
Song: Marcus Maison- In The Horizon
Filming In 720P 30fps
Volvo 940 Turbo: Camber mod
Press out, mark, drill,press in. Its that easy to get a bit of camber on
these swedish bricks
Follow me on instagram: http://instagram.com/tylerkrupa#
Testing for Leaking/Bent Valves
--Please Read-- :)
Some of the best advice I can offer you about fixing your car is to search
for an online forum related to your car, or even for your specific engine.
If you have a popular car or engine, this can be an amazing tool in
diagnosing and fixing cars yourself!
1. Get kerosene, gasoline, or break cleaner.
2. Tilt head on its side, with the ports of the valves you're testing
pointing up and exposed.
3. Fill the intake or Exhaust ports
with the liquid you chose, make sure to use enough liquid to cover the back
of the valve head completely inside the port.
4. Look at the valve surface in the combustion chamber for leakage. (Let it
sit for several minutes)
5. If there is a leak, you could have a bent valve or just a bad seal of
the valve to the head. You might have to replace the valve, or just use
some lapping compound to lap the valve/seat to resurface.
6. Repeat for the other side if you wish.
7. This is a great time to replace valve seals if you have noticed they are
worn too much.
8. If you have any questions, please post them here and I'll try to answer
You just tilt the head on one side or the other depending whether you want
to test the intake or Exhaust valves.
I'm testing the intake valves in this video. I did this way because I
didn't have the leakdown test equipment, but also because I wanted to
replace my head gasket anyway. I wouldn't say this is the best way to test
initially if you suspect leaking or bent valves because it requires you
remove the head. Try just a regular leakdown test first. But if you're
taking it off anyway it's pretty nifty and doesn't require the leakdown
test tools. There are several methods to do this, this is just the one I
chose in my situation.
Volvo 960, S90, V90 Timing Belt Replacement. Part 1 of 2 - Auto Repair Series
WARNING: This video contains annotations that may not be visible on the
YouTube Droid app.
Timing belt replacement without water pump: 4 to 6 hours, With water pump 5
to 7 hours.
This video will show you how to replace the timing belt, water pump, idler
roller, tensioner roller and tensioner on a Volvo 960, S90 and V90. It
should take you 3 to 4 hours. Make sure you have all parts on hand prior to
starting the job.
The only tool not mentioned is the short 3/8" extension.
- Tensioner Roller, 30 Ft Lbs.
- Idler Roller, 18 Ft Lbs.
- Hydraulic Tensioner, 18 Ft Lbs.
- Water Pump, 15 Ft Lbs.