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      Quote Originally Posted by erehtuo View Post


      The exhaust on my 06' V8 is single outlet. Pretty gnarly too and an option to replace for around $500 would be awesome.

      I'm just wondering when something is going to rust through. I've already had to replace the catalytic converter...


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      Quote Originally Posted by erehtuo View Post

      The exhaust on my 06' V8 is single outlet. Pretty gnarly too and an option to replace for around $500 would be awesome.

      I'm just wondering when something is going to rust through. I've already had to replace the catalytic converter...
      Patch it if you need to... the Yonaka will be worth the wait.
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      Quote Originally Posted by CDN XC90 View Post
      Patch it if you need to... the Yonaka will be worth the wait.
      Can you speculate on any performance impact if installed strictly as a catback?
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      Quote Originally Posted by rfkuehn View Post
      Can you speculate on any performance impact if installed strictly as a catback?
      On the 2.5T, stepping up to the 3" diameter, I would expect it to breathe significantly better, so you should see a performance improvement, even without tuning. How much would be hard to say. From your signature, seems you're already tuned, may want to query BSR to see what they think? Generally speaking, you should get a significantly improved exhaust flow which will allow turbo to spool faster and should help reduce EGTs.

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      It's hard to say without testing, exactly what to expect when adding a larger diameter exhaust to the 2.5T. It's a smaller displacement engine, so it may rely on more back pressure. You may need to add a larger turbo to compensate.
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      Quote Originally Posted by CDN XC90 View Post
      Is your V8 a single outlet? I know there is a 'sport' exhaust that is dual but not sure all V8s came with them stock?
      Single outlet. I don't think dual was an option for pre-'07 Sport.

      I had the resonator removed, and that's helped the note a decent amount without being obnoxious.

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      Quote Originally Posted by RedGeminiPA View Post
      It's hard to say without testing, exactly what to expect when adding a larger diameter exhaust to the 2.5T. It's a smaller displacement engine, so it may rely on more back pressure. You may need to add a larger turbo to compensate.
      I put a 3" catback on my naturally aspirated 2.5 liter Subaru. It lost low end torque and revved more readily to higher rpms. I don't believe turbo engines rely on back pressure, they will spool faster and build power earlier with a freer flowing exhaust. Should be no need to add a larger turbo to compensate at all.

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      Right. Back pressure after the turbine only serves to reduce its efficiency. OTOH, larger pipes result in reduced velocity and reduced velocity results in increased pressure, so too big may not help, either. Ideally, the turbine outlet dumps into a low pressure area, but you gotta get the hot exhaust safely away from the flammable bits.
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      Have now had to reschedule my install day twice with my local independent Volvo specialist, Getty Automotive Services... my fault.


      On top of the scheduling fiasco, Fastco (via vendor Wheelwiz) shipped my Fast FC05 rims without tires direct to Getty while he was closed this week. Supposed to be mounted and balanced with rubber and were not supposed to ship until install day was finalized.



      I'm dying to get the work done. It was a nightmare sorting out the purchase of these used HEICO springs from dude in California... but they should be dialed when combined with the HEICO custom valved Bilstein B6s I got shipped over from Germany direct. The IPD sways will only add to the effect.


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      IPD strut bar conversion mounts, solid vs rubber isolated.

      Friggin cold out here. My started to freeze on me
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      Quote Originally Posted by CDN XC90 View Post
      IPD strut bar conversion mounts, solid vs rubber isolated.

      Friggin cold out here. My started to freeze on me
      How does it feel over the stock one?

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      Quote Originally Posted by oneofakind View Post
      How does it feel over the stock one?

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      Haven't driven yet...

      Will post feedback.
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      I quite like the poly bushings that you can pick up for 9$. They seem to do the trick. I’d imagine this makes it super solid!!!


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      Tuxmats.

      So far so good. Solid plastic under heel wear area so hopefully will prove durable.

      Good coverage and appears to be water tight
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      Link for the mats?
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      Quote Originally Posted by RedGeminiPA View Post
      Link for the mats?
      https://www.tuxmat.ca/store/p342/volvo-xc90


      Key for me was the one piece 2nd row mat.

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      I wonder how they compare to the weathertech mats I just ordered?


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      The WeatherTech are good, I had them in the last car, including the one-piece second row. But when I saw that wasn't offered for the XC90, I started checking other options and actually ordered the Lloyd NorthRidge all weather mats, which were much less expensive but they don't have a lip around the periphery to contain liquids which is important for my winters here in Ottawa.

      The Tuxmat are less expensive than the WeatherTech, but I can't offer any suggestion on how durable they will be longterm. The WeatherTech certainly are excellent in that regards. I am using a Weathertech cargo liner that I'm very happy with.

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      Quote Originally Posted by oneofakind View Post
      How does it feel over the stock one?

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      Quote Originally Posted by CDN XC90 View Post
      Haven't driven yet...

      Will post feedback.
      I will say noticeable difference, not bad, but certainly perceptible over bumps/potholes etc, seems 'tighter'.

      Granted, I've only got a couple thousand kms on the XC90 so far and I'm on winter rubber (235/65/17) and stock struts, so it's not the stiffest setup to begin with but I'd say it's a noticeable improvement in front end so far.

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      Got the HEICO setup installed on the front end tonight. Had a break in the weather today, close to 10 degrees Celsius and rain but it will drop back down to -15 tomorrow night and a low of -24 on Saturday again... Was fortunate to have a buddy help to get the front setup installed and got the DrawTite hitch on as well. Will leave the rear suspension, swaybars and alignment to be done at the shop next Friday. Can't wait to have it aligned and all good to go. Will try to take a few photos tomorrow in the daylight.

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      Trailer hitch, custom grey powder coat after it came to me brand new with scratches that I was sure would start to rust once exposed to road salts... Tucked up nicely, hard to see in the exhaust cutout even.

      Looks like I may need to align it though as it appears to be slightly angled to right currently.




      With only the front done so far, the stance is raked. I'll probably have a go with the rear tonight unless it's too cold already by the time I'm done with dinner and bedtime etc.




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      Ok, sub and amp are in. Not bolted down yet as I can't find the screws I purchased to thread into the 3rd row seating mounts.

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      Secured everything tonight. Aluminum flat stock, bit soft but should do the trick. No drilling into floor, used factory threaded inserts with stainless hardware.

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      I've had no complaints from my TuxMats so far. Love them!
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      Quote Originally Posted by generic_volvo_driver View Post
      I've had no complaints from my TuxMats so far. Love them!
      I've got a dialog initiated with them regarding the cutouts at the center hump. My daughter's feet rest there when sitting on the booster and I've noticed moisture on the carpet below as a result. Sent them these pics, will see if they consider tightening up the pattern a bit.

      There's a quarter in the first photo where I feel they could cover a bit more.


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      Great idea, they seem really responsive. I also have a PDF template to send to them for the RSE DVD drive under the drivers seat. Had to cut two slits in the mat to make it slide through the DVD drive L brackets.
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      RACING STRIPES!

      Going to install these later today. Roll on them until alignment day in 2 weeks.

      DWS06 is surprisingly good on snow but I don't commute with the Volvo and I'll put the winters back on after alignment completed.

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      I'll wash it tomorrow but here's some early pics.
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      That looks sweet man! You should track down a large emblem and fill that empty grille space.

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      Looks great so far CDN XC90. I would recommend getting the alignment done sooner than 2 weeks. Those tires are too nice and pricey to wear down prematurely.

      How is the ride so far? Please let us know.

      I agree with oneofakind. an emblem would definitely help out the grill. Maybe do a test look with the original grill on.
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      I just got the DWS06's back in November for my 300ZX Turbo 25% off combining a Canadian Tire sale and Kal Tire price beat.

      On the Tux Mats,
      I was looking at mine today, and mine fits differently than yours... Maybe if you got the same plastic moulding as my year it would fit better?

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      Quote Originally Posted by oneofakind View Post
      That looks sweet man! You should track down a large emblem and fill that empty grille space.

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      Quote Originally Posted by huzzsaba View Post
      Looks great so far CDN XC90. I would recommend getting the alignment done sooner than 2 weeks. Those tires are too nice and pricey to wear down prematurely.

      How is the ride so far? Please let us know.

      I agree with oneofakind. an emblem would definitely help out the grill. Maybe do a test look with the original grill on.
      Appreciate the sentiments on the grille. My last couple of vehicles ('00 Audi A4, '05 Subaru Legacy) have had similar 'sport mesh' grilles without logos so there's a history there for me. I'm good with the badgeless look, same as rear of vehicle.

      Regarding alignment, the mechanic did want the suspension to settle in a bit but I don't daily drive it so it won't get significant mileage in the next two weeks. Couple hundred kilometers at most.
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      Quote Originally Posted by generic_volvo_driver View Post
      I just got the DWS06's back in November for my 300ZX Turbo 25% off combining a Canadian Tire sale and Kal Tire price beat.

      On the Tux Mats,
      I was looking at mine today, and mine fits differently than yours... Maybe if you got the same plastic moulding as my year it would fit better?

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      Yeah, I price matched the CT sale as well and also leveraged the Continental $65 rebate.

      What year is your XC90? (Can't see sig in Tapatalk)

      Might be easier for me to grab those covers if they'll fit. Tuxmat initially said they'd send me a new rear mat but when I said mine's a 2006, they politely said pound sand.
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      Quote Originally Posted by CDN XC90 View Post
      Yeah, I price matched the CT sale as well and also leveraged the Continental $65 rebate.

      What year is your XC90? (Can't see sig in Tapatalk)

      Might be easier for me to grab those covers if they'll fit. Tuxmat initially said they'd send me a new rear mat but when I said mine's a 2006, they politely said pound sand.
      I have a 2013 AWD Platinum. Not sure when that change in design occured (I wonder if it coincides when 7 seats became standard).
      Nice on that gift card. I got mine in September.
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