S60r acceleration stock vs chipped
This video was performed on a racing circuit. Do not break the law and put
others in danger!
2004 S60r, 6spd manual. Mods: 3" dp, Custom Exhaust, K&N air filter, Kelly CAI, Intercooler upgrade, IPD TCV.
In the first part the car is not chipped. In the second part the car is
chipped with Elevate Autotech tune. All of the listed mods were in both
videos except for the Autotech software remap. Chipped s60r seems to be
accelerating much easier at higher speeds. It also feels a little quicker
In the first video I shifted early because after doing many runs and
comparing them, I found that shifting at about 6000rpm with stock software
was the best.
With the Autotech remap it felt that I can easily push it past 6800rpm, but
I didn't get the option to get rid of the redline limit. Because of this
it felt like the car was choking(you can hear it when redlining in 2nd
S60 R vs 300zx twin turbo
300 was stock with one passenger.
volvo has bolt ons with 3 passengers
both cars left at the same time (you couldn't hear the horn)
ipd Volvo attends Davis VCOA Car Show 2011
The Sacramento and Golden Gate VCOA chapters put together one amazing Volvo
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