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      Let me know if you need anything from my parts stash.

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      The last things I need are the little molding that goes on the driver's side fender and maybe the driver's side rocker trim. I could paint an XC one but it would be nice to find one that's already the right color, haha.
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      2 things:

      1) I think the car looks OUTSTANDING! I love a story of one being brought back to life. Such noble machines. How many other cars are hardy enough to survive near-death and come back like this??

      2) I'm originally from Dayton, and the snow scene gives me cringeworthy flashbacks. I DO NOT miss it. At all.

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      Finally got a picture of the car in the sun since I had to park it in the street to change the oil in my V50. I need to tweak the front clip a bit to get the panels lined up better but I'm pretty happy with the paint match between the driver's fender and the rest of the body. I received the fuel line from Tasca last Friday and we're supposed to have warm weather this week so hopefully I'll get it swapped. If I feel really ambitious I might try to take the pinstripes off.

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      Thanks for the kind words. I'm originally from the Dayton area too - I don't mind the snow but I'd be a happier camper if I had a heated shop to work in in the winter.

      I took the PCV system apart last night and the breather and lines were completely clear so I'm just gonna replace the hoses that go to the block and the valve cover, install the check valve, and leave the rest be. It was a pleasant surprise.
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      Chris, are you using hub centric rings on those atlantis or just bolted them up?
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      I had Motorsport Tech make me a set of 10mm spacers with an integral hub ring to go from 67.1 to 65.1. I can't remember the exact numbers off the top of my head but the end result works out like running a 5mm spacer with stock P80 wheels, offset wise.
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      Last night I got the PCV hooked back up (ugh that banjo bolt, ugggh), put the intake manifold back on, and got most of the intake put back together. Someone who'd worked on the car in the past had put two ETM gaskets in so I resolved that. I also swapped the motor/fan from the junkyard e-fan I got into the shroud of the one that was original to the car - when I bought it I didn't realize that the junkyard shroud was missing one of the tabs on the bottom, and the only thing that was damaged on the original was the frame of the fan, so I figured I'd make one good one out of the two.

      I need to find a replacement IAT sensor for the throttle body pipe, the one that's in there is missing one of the two clips so I'm sure it won't stay in under boost. I need some other little odds and ends like that so there's probably a junkyard trip in my near future.
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      I think I have an IAT sensor if you can't find one at the JY
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      IAT sensor and new injector seals are on deck, hopefully I'll have it back together and running again this weekend. Some of the M66 talk in other threads led me to check car-part.com and a local salvage yard has an M66 for a decent price...it's tempting. Might be good to buy and stash if I keep the car and the AW55 craps out.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kampman View Post
      IAT sensor and new injector seals are on deck, hopefully I'll have it back together and running again this weekend. Some of the M66 talk in other threads led me to check car-part.com and a local salvage yard has an M66 for a decent price...it's tempting. Might be good to buy and stash if I keep the car and the AW55 craps out.
      I vote M66! The only thing I miss about my AW55 is the tall final gear for highway cruising.
      1999 V70 R -- gone, but not forgotten.
      2000 V70 R -- 04 B5234T9 w/ 18T, Stevo tune, M66, CX Racing coilovers, 996TT front BBK. Always working on something...

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      Quote Originally Posted by andyb5 View Post
      I vote M66! The only thing I miss about my AW55 is the tall final gear for highway cruising.

      You just need the right M66. The M66E is 0.54:1 in 6th. First 5 are the same as M56LK.
      1995 850 T-5R Estate. AW50-42LE. Cream Yellow/Graphite. 296k.
      1997 850R Estate. RN/M66D. Bright Red/Graphite. 270k.
      2007 S60 T5. M66W. Black Sapphire/Arena. 138k.

      Past: |1997 855R. Bright Red/Light Beige. AW50-42LE. Totaled by wayward construction equipment. || 1996 854R. Black Stone/Graphite. AW50-42LE. Parts car || 1995 854 TURBO. Polar White/Tan. AW50-42LE. Parts car. |
      Dad: 1997 V70 T5 SE. AW50-42LE. Frost Green/Oak. 212k.Mom: NEW! 1999 S70 GLT Pewter/Oak. 100k. Past: 2004 V70 NA. AW55-50SN Ruby Red/Tan 269k.

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      Today in one step forward, two steps back...

      I got the car back together and it was doing great during the test run until I revved the engine - all of a sudden it started running like garbage and smoke came pouring out of the exhaust. Turns out the injector for cylinder 1 got stuck open. Before I reinstalled the fuel rail I replaced the little filter baskets in the injectors and put new seals on them. I must not have kept things clean enough while I was working on them.

      Iím lucky I didnít hydrolock the motor - it got flooded pretty badly before I figured out what was going on.
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      Bought a set of greens from Erie, it was about the same price as getting the existing injectors cleaned and this way the car isn't down for another week or two.

      In case anyone was wondering I narrowed it down to a stuck injector by disconnecting the injector plugs, pulling the rail out of the manifold, pointing the injectors in a safe direction, and turning the key to KPII so the fuel pump primed - as soon as it did the injector for cylinder 1 did its best impression of a firehose. It was a pretty conclusive test but I'll make sure to put the injectors into some sort of collection vessel(s) next time, I wasn't expecting the volume of fuel that got sprayed out in the process.
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      Got the replacement injectors installed tonight and changed the oil, there was a lot of fuel in the sump. Itís much happier now. There arenít any leaks from the new fuel line so I just need to finish putting the engine bay back together and then it should be ready for inspection.
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      I added some ATF today to compensate for the small amount that got lost when I replaced the radiator and I was almost ready to take the car up and down the street when I noticed a small stream of coolant running out from under the driverís side. The back of the subframe was wet so something in the turbo/heater hose area must have started leaking, but I havenít touched that stuff. Iím wondering if manhandling the rad hose a little so I could get to the transmission dipstick had anything to do with it.
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      Haven't done anything with this since my last post. The entire month has been shot from a car standpoint. I found out I'm losing my job on 3/5 (though I'm employed through the beginning of May) so a lot of my mental bandwidth has been eaten up with that. We also went on vacation for 10 days starting on 3/16, which was great for my mental health but not so much for catching up on projects. At least the weather is getting warmer so when I have some motivation I won't be freezing in the driveway.
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      Sorry to hear about the job.


      I'm very impressed with your work. I wish I had the time and knowledge necessary to do something like this.

      There are fewer and fewer of these R's on the road every day. (I just went to a part out of one last weekend!)

      It's great to see one being out back on the road!

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      Thanks for the kind words. It looks like a big project but if you're patient and methodical you can learn how to do just about anything with these cars. The P80 R models are definitely getting thin on the ground. Despite all the issues this is one of the nicest I've seen in a while so I figured it deserved a second chance.

      Since the fuel injector incident nearly drained what fuel was left in the tank I decided to see if the car could make it down to the gas station last night. It did fine but it's definitely going to need some front suspension work - it sounds like at least one of the spring seats is busted and I'm sure some other stuff is borked. I knew the passenger side engine mount was bad but the engine vibration at idle is horrid so that's on the short list. I'm kicking myself for not pulling the good one out of my XC. It leaked a little coolant again after I drove it but it's not continuous so I haven't pinpointed the source yet, the PCV hose or the turbo lines are my prime suspects but it could also be one of the heater hoses.

      Anyway, pic:

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      I had a similar intermittent coolant leak on my base model 2000.

      In my case it was coming from a rusty oil cooler.

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      I forgot about the oil cooler, I'll have to look at that too when I dig into it.
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      ^ Thatís sharp looking. Good luck on settling the rest of it. Definitely takes patience.
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      Thanks!

      After taking inventory of what I have in my parts hoard I think I'm going to fix the front end using some low mileage OEM struts I have, along with an IPD front sway I've been saving. If I get it that far apart I figure I might as well do delrin subframe bushings as well. Now if the weather would decide whether it's winter or spring...we're forecast to have 70-degree weather today and snow by this time next week.
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      Adding just a bigger front sway will shift the chassis balance to even more understeer, I'd recommend upgrading the rear bar as well
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      Quote Originally Posted by sventastic View Post
      Adding just a bigger front sway will shift the chassis balance to even more understeer, I'd recommend upgrading the rear bar as well
      Correct, however i would only upgrade the rear bar to make it balanced. R and T5 are 21mm front. The ipd 22mm rear awd bar is available on its own and made the t5 xc corner quite a bit better and made the handling neutral
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      Good point about the rear sway, I had a brain fart about what making the front bigger would do for the handling. If IPD sells the rear sway by itself I might just go that route. Anyone know which springs were stock on a 2000 V70R? I wanna say they have a green or blue dot on them but I'm at work so I can't look at it to check.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kampman View Post
      Good point about the rear sway, I had a brain fart about what making the front bigger would do for the handling. If IPD sells the rear sway by itself I might just go that route. Anyone know which springs were stock on a 2000 V70R? I wanna say they have a green or blue dot on them but I'm at work so I can't look at it to check.
      Fronts? Probably yellow marked.
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      1999 V70 T5 - Pewter/R Graphite & Alcantara - AW42 - 293k - Daily/Work Wagon
      1999 V70 T5 - Nautic/R Graphite & Alcantara - M56H - 177k - Rescued
      1999 V70 T5 - Emerald/Graphite - M56H - 119k - Garage Queen
      2000 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 240k - Moms Unicorn
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      Yeah, front springs. I dug around in my old photos and found one of the chassis plate for my emerald R - the suspension code for that car was 6Q which apparently corresponds to a brown marked spring. I assume this car is the same. I was thinking about trying to grab a set of new springs so I could put the replacement struts together off the car but it looks like Volvo is the only source for that particular PN and I don't feel like dropping $300 to save a little time.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kampman View Post
      Yeah, front springs. I dug around in my old photos and found one of the chassis plate for my emerald R - the suspension code for that car was 6Q which apparently corresponds to a brown marked spring. I assume this car is the same. I was thinking about trying to grab a set of new springs so I could put the replacement struts together off the car but it looks like Volvo is the only source for that particular PN and I don't feel like dropping $300 to save a little time.
      Brown is what was on the 99 awd struts I put in my s70 and it road a little high. Yellow is T5 sport chassis spring and they are fantastic with Sachs.
      2003 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - M56LK - 202k - K24/Greens/Do88 IC/SMF & P2R Clutch/DW300C/H&R/Bilstein TC/Delrin/316mm & 308mm Brakes - SteveO Tuned
      1999 V70 T5 - Pewter/R Graphite & Alcantara - AW42 - 293k - Daily/Work Wagon
      1999 V70 T5 - Nautic/R Graphite & Alcantara - M56H - 177k - Rescued
      1999 V70 T5 - Emerald/Graphite - M56H - 119k - Garage Queen
      2000 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 240k - Moms Unicorn
      2000 S70 GLT SE- Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 215k - Sisters

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      The standard R suspension in the US isn't the factory sport suspension. You'll need the sport Nivomats or drop bolts and the sport rear springs (no idea what marking those are) to use the yellow fronts and have it ride level.
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      1997 850R Estate. RN/M66D. Bright Red/Graphite. 270k.
      2007 S60 T5. M66W. Black Sapphire/Arena. 138k.

      Past: |1997 855R. Bright Red/Light Beige. AW50-42LE. Totaled by wayward construction equipment. || 1996 854R. Black Stone/Graphite. AW50-42LE. Parts car || 1995 854 TURBO. Polar White/Tan. AW50-42LE. Parts car. |
      Dad: 1997 V70 T5 SE. AW50-42LE. Frost Green/Oak. 212k.Mom: NEW! 1999 S70 GLT Pewter/Oak. 100k. Past: 2004 V70 NA. AW55-50SN Ruby Red/Tan 269k.

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      I like the ride height the way it is so I'm not trying to change anything, I just figured if the car used a spring option that was available affordably in the aftermarket I could buy them, build the struts ahead of time and minimize the time that the car was on stands in the driveway. If I have to reuse the ones that are in the car that's fine too, just means I need to plan the work a little differently.

      Looks like the lowered chassis Nivomats are NLA.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kampman View Post
      I like the ride height the way it is so I'm not trying to change anything, I just figured if the car used a spring option that was available affordably in the aftermarket I could buy them, build the struts ahead of time and minimize the time that the car was on stands in the driveway. If I have to reuse the ones that are in the car that's fine too, just means I need to plan the work a little differently.

      Looks like the lowered chassis Nivomats are NLA.
      They're available you just need to look harder.
      2003 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - M56LK - 202k - K24/Greens/Do88 IC/SMF & P2R Clutch/DW300C/H&R/Bilstein TC/Delrin/316mm & 308mm Brakes - SteveO Tuned
      1999 V70 T5 - Pewter/R Graphite & Alcantara - AW42 - 293k - Daily/Work Wagon
      1999 V70 T5 - Nautic/R Graphite & Alcantara - M56H - 177k - Rescued
      1999 V70 T5 - Emerald/Graphite - M56H - 119k - Garage Queen
      2000 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 240k - Moms Unicorn
      2000 S70 GLT SE- Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 215k - Sisters

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      Took a little detour today and replaced the delta link anchorages in my S70. I've been chasing a clunk in the rear but they didn't fix it. It drives noticeably better though. Remarkably, none of the bolts were stuck, I didn't have any trouble taking it apart at all.

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      Ran the R for a while today and couldn't duplicate the coolant leak - I'm probably going to have to get a pressure tester to find it. I did find that someone installed a compression fitting in the oil feed line to the turbo at some point, not sure what that's about but it's right under the exhaust manifold so that could be fun if it leaks. Someone who was responsible for this car sure liked cutting lines instead of servicing them properly.
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      Quote Originally Posted by kampman View Post
      So a lot happened this weekend. I hit the JY and pulled a core support, e-fan, and hood latches from a 2000 XC.
      Iím working on an s70 for someone that needs a core support. Can it be pulled from a donor without dropping the bumper? Seems I can likely get to the lower bolts but figured Iíd ask. Thanks.
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      Quote Originally Posted by 98v70t5man View Post
      Iím working on an s70 for someone that needs a core support. Can it be pulled from a donor without dropping the bumper? Seems I can likely get to the lower bolts but figured Iíd ask. Thanks.
      I don't think so. I've taken mine off a few time without the bumper on but I think bumper is in the way
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      1999 V70 T5 - Pewter/R Graphite & Alcantara - AW42 - 293k - Daily/Work Wagon
      1999 V70 T5 - Nautic/R Graphite & Alcantara - M56H - 177k - Rescued
      1999 V70 T5 - Emerald/Graphite - M56H - 119k - Garage Queen
      2000 V70 T5 - Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 240k - Moms Unicorn
      2000 S70 GLT SE- Mystic/Graphite - AW42 - 215k - Sisters

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