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      Thanks Car54! I like it, though close up it has a little more orange peel than I want. May have been my spray technique or that it was fairly cool (45-50 F) when I painted.

      To take the emblems off, I masked around the letters to make a template for remounting. Then just used a heat gun, a $20 one from Wagner though a hair dryer would probably work, and some fishing line.



      Then I lightly sanded with some 800 grit paper. Wiped clean with some paint prep, and then painted with Duplicolor perfect match. 4-5 very light coats of the black base, 10 minutes between each, then a medium coat.

      https://www.amazon.com/Dupli-color-b...s%2C214&sr=8-7

      After 30 minutes, did the same with the gloss clear coat.

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      After dry, I reattached with a very light application of 3M plastic emblem and trim adhesive, and done!
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      Great job. I am thinking about using plastidip with gloss finish myself.
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      Added the rubber Swedish Flag accessory from an XC40. It is stuck to the hood and sandwiched between the plastic cowling with anotherr piece of adhesive foam. YES, I know it's upside down

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      Got bored, so I 3D printed a modified moose head and mounted it on my V60.

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      hahahahahaha, that's great
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      Finally got around to hardwiring my radar detector and front dashcam in my 2020 V60 PE.

      I removed the A pillar trim by removing the bolt under the IC airbag plastic piece and pulling firmly. 2 clips up the pillar detached easily, needed to do a fair amount of jiggling to separate the trim from the dash. The dashcam is up high, so I tucked in its cable into the roof liner, ziptied it to the other wires running down the A pillar and out of the airbag's way, then through the dash/door trim to come out by the fusebox. I mounted my radar detector (Uniden R7) low on the windscreen because everything up high (including a blendmount for the mirror) blocks my lines of sight since I'm pretty tall. So that wire hugs the windshield/dash line and then follows the dashcam wire to the fusebox.

      Accessing the fusebox in the passenger footwell was pretty straight forward. The carpet is a little stiff but having the SIM access port gives you a nice handle to pull on and peel it back. The fuse box cover has 2 clips toward the front, just squeeze the sides in and it hinges towards the rear.

      Finding ignition-switched fuses - in a slot where my fusetaps could fit - was the hardest part. A post about hardwiring in an XC90 said the front massage seat fuse was switched, but I saw constant power there. I wound up using the fuse for passenger seat heat and hanging both cam and radar off of that with a 5a fuse. Side note: I bought a cheap5 pack of 5a micro2 fusetaps off amazon and every single one of the fuses was broken/blown. Wasted a solid hour of debugging all my connections before checking the fuse for continuity

      Wired up a 2port 12v DC -> USB adapter (1 port for the dashcam, 1 for future use) and the Uniden hardware kit and tucked everything in behind the carpet. Plenty of room back there. Then mounted the mute control on the passenger side of the center tunnel with some double-sided 3m tape. Which is the only picture I have of this entire install because I suck at taking pictures.



      Next project: wiring the rear dashcam (completely separate from the front)

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      Unhappy

      "Got bored, so I 3D printed a modified moose head and mounted it on my V60"

      I love that idea. No doubt the moose has his tongue firmly in cheek.

      Sadly over here in the UK he wouldn't last long as the local constabulary would have their Moose detection radar pick him up and 'suggest' I removed him.

      Also likely that my insurance would not be happy about it either.

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      I made it removable so I'll mount it on car shows and gathering

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      I made it removable so I'll mount it on car shows and group gatherings

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      I had a Yi Dashcam (The ones that are around $50 or under on Amazon) from my previous vehicle and mounted it to the rear. It's on the larger side so I mounted it on the upper left hand corner (passenger side) of the rear glass. I just ran the long USB cable behind the rear seats and connected to the cig lighter in my trunk on my S60.

      I did the same install on the front of my car that you did for my Uniden radar and dash cam. Same exact method as you.
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      Smile Polestar Strut Bar & BMC Air Filter

      I installed the Polestar front strut bar & a BMC Air Filter. I also modified the stock air intake plate to get more airflow into the box.

      Polestar Front Strut Bar: This made a noticeable difference (more than I expected). The front end feels more solid, and tracks more precisely. Over uneven surfaces, the suspension feels more composed, and planted. Around corners it feels as if there's a bit more grip (maybe more contact patch in contact with the road due to stiffer front end?). Steering feel is also slightly improved (more precise). A very nice quality piece.






      BMC Air Filter & Intake pipe modification:
      UPDATE: Disclaimer: This is purely based on the butt-dyno: In Comfort mode, I feel there's more torque in regular driving, as the car accelerates smoother. The engine feels more responsive. In Polestar mode, passing and overtaking while at speed is definitely improved, and effortless. There's also less turbo surge (after I got the Polestar tune, I experienced turbo surge at certain rpms and loads). Really good upgrade for cost ($75) and ease of install. My next (and final) performance modification will be an exhaust system. I think intake and exhaust will go really well with the Polestar tune.



      This is my first BMC filter, and it's construction quality is a bit nicer than K&N.


      BMC vs OEM air filter


      Fitment in the factory air box is perfect.


      I modified the air funnel blocking plate by cutting a rectangular hole on the plate. In stock form, the plate blocks a good chunk of the air flow into the air box (#14 in the diagram below). In theory, enlarging this opening should flow more air to the air box


      Air blocking plate



      Enlarged the opening, and added a plastic back shroud.



      Next, I'll be doing the Eibach spring kit (-20mm height drop), along with Eibach 10mm wheel spacers (for a +20mm wider track). The parts should be here in a little over a week!
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      can't direct link photos from google photos, doesn't work mate (we can't see any of your photos). Use imgur or just link the gallery
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      Definitely fix the pics, because I am super curious to see the air box mods and strut bar installed! Wanted to do this as well.

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      I'm curious if you have the sports suspension as well.
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      Sorry about that gents! I moved the pics to Imgur, are you able to see the images now?

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      Quote Originally Posted by thorin33 View Post
      I'm curious if you have the sports suspension as well.
      I have the basic T5 Momentum, which I got as a daily driver (my fun car is my M4 manual trans). I ended up liking the S60 so much that I haven't been able to resist doing some light mods

      The $200 sport suspension option on the R is a steal. The spring rates (225lbs according to another member) are higher than both Eibach, and H&R (185lbs) spring kits, plus you get matched dampers, and larger bars.
      Last edited by AJS1KR; 04-08-2020 at 05:53 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      Sorry about that gents! I moved the pics to Imgur, are you able to see the images now?
      yep looks good!
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      How much was the strut bar?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Chris60 View Post
      How much was the strut bar?
      I paid $318 (MSRP is $398).

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      The strut bar will be my next upgrade after installing a Big Brake Kit

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      I知 sitting in a lounge at my Volvo dealer and getting the Polestar upgrade installed. After six months of driving, I had to give this expensive software a go. I知 hoping that it would improve how the transmission behaves even in the comfort mode. If not, I値l be back here and get my $ back.

      They are also handling the recall (software update) and 5K service today ,so at least my trip was worth my time.

      Stay safe everyone.
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      Quote Originally Posted by visualv View Post
      The strut bar will be my next upgrade after installing a Big Brake Kit

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      It's a quality piece, and makes a good improvement - you won't be disappointed. Considering that it's an OEM piece, from a low production performance model, it's very reasonably priced.

      My Eibach spring kit and wheel spacers are arriving on Monday, so I'll be sure to post pics of those parts. I had to get the parts from Eibach Europe (Eibach USA doesn't list the spring kit).
      Last edited by AJS1KR; 04-11-2020 at 04:57 AM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      I installed the Polestar front strut bar & a BMC Air Filter. I also modified the stock air intake plate to get more airflow into the box.

      Polestar Front Strut Bar: This made a noticeable difference (more than I expected). The front end feels more solid, and tracks more precisely. Over uneven surfaces, the suspension feels more composed, and planted. Around corners it feels as if there's a bit more grip (maybe more contact patch in contact with the road due to stiffer front end?). Steering feel is also slightly improved (more precise). A very nice quality piece.






      BMC Air Filter & Intake pipe modification:
      UPDATE: Disclaimer: This is purely based on the butt-dyno: In Comfort mode, I feel there's more torque in regular driving, as the car accelerates smoother. The engine feels more responsive. In Polestar mode, passing and overtaking while at speed is definitely improved, and effortless. There's also less turbo surge (after I got the Polestar tune, I experienced turbo surge at certain rpms and loads). Really good upgrade for cost ($75) and ease of install. My next (and final) performance modification will be an exhaust system. I think intake and exhaust will go really well with the Polestar tune.



      This is my first BMC filter, and it's construction quality is a bit nicer than K&N.


      BMC vs OEM air filter


      Fitment in the factory air box is perfect.


      I modified the air funnel blocking plate by cutting a rectangular hole on the plate. In stock form, the plate blocks a good chunk of the air flow into the air box (#14 in the diagram below). In theory, enlarging this opening should flow more air to the air box


      Air blocking plate



      Enlarged the opening, and added a plastic back shroud.



      Next, I'll be doing the Eibach spring kit (-20mm height drop), along with Eibach 10mm wheel spacers (for a +20mm wider track). The parts should be here in a little over a week!
      Just asking however would making that hole reduce the amount of the cold air that gets sucked in from the bottom, and overall reduce volume of air or at the minimum sucking hot engine air vs cold air?

      I知 thinking about it like the vacuum cleaner top suction adjustment when opening it reduces the suction on the carpet.
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      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      It's a quality piece, and makes a good improvement - you won't be disappointed. Considering that it's an OEM piece, from a low production performance model, it's very reasonably priced.

      My Eibach spring kit and wheel spacers are arriving on Monday, so I'll be sure to post pics of those parts. I had to get the parts from Eibach Europe (Eibach USA doesn't list the spring kit).
      I wish Volvo did not print the Polestar spring rate adjustment on the base pieces. I gotta find a way to remove it or paint it over

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      Just Plasti -dip it or vynil it, should hold up under the hood

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
      Just asking however would making that hole reduce the amount of the cold air that gets sucked in from the bottom, and overall reduce volume of air or at the minimum sucking hot engine air vs cold air?

      I知 thinking about it like the vacuum cleaner top suction adjustment when opening it reduces the suction on the carpet.

      The section you're referring to in the fender area is the air silencer. There's no cold air being drawn up into the air box from that area. That assembly is for returning high pressure air when the throttle plate is closed under boost (suppresses the turbo woosh sound).


      If you look closely at the stock air filter picture from my post, you can see a clean section on the filter surface (front, right). It's clean because air is not sucked in to the engine at that location, it's actually pushed out. That's the portion of the air filter that sits above the small pipe you're talking about (leads to the fender air silencer). When you close the throttle plate on a turbo car that's under moderate to high boost, the pressurized air has no where to go, so it returns back towards the turbo and intake box. This causes the turbo to slow down (not good for efficiency, or performance). This is why tuned cars use "blow-off valves" to bleed off the pressured air. In our cars, Volvo created an outlet path for the returning air through the stock air box, and into the fender air silencer. If you were to remove that small rubber pipe from the bottom of the air box, you'd hear some of that "turbo woosh" sound.

      If you're bored and interested in seeing the design, take off your stock air box lid and check it out.
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      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      The section you're referring to in the fender area is the air silencer. There's no cold air being drawn up into the air box from that area. That assembly is for returning high pressure air when the throttle plate is closed under boost (suppresses the turbo woosh sound).


      If you look closely at the stock air filter picture from my post, you can see a clean section on the filter surface (front, right). It's clean because air is not sucked in to the engine at that location, it's actually pushed out. That's the portion of the air filter that sits above the small pipe you're talking about (leads to the fender air silencer). When you close the throttle plate on a turbo car that's under moderate to high boost, the pressurized air has no where to go, so it returns back towards the turbo and intake box. This causes the turbo to slow down (not good for efficiency, or performance). This is why tuned cars use "blow-off valves" to bleed off the pressured air. In our cars, Volvo created an outlet path for the returning air through the stock air box, and into the fender air silencer. If you were to remove that small rubber pipe from the bottom of the air box, you'd hear some of that "turbo woosh" sound.

      If you're bored and interested in seeing the design, take off your stock air box lid and check it out.
      Thanks very interesting, I wonder what gains you have after the cut. Any increase in MPG or HP ?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
      Thanks very interesting, I wonder what gains you have after the cut. Any increase in MPG or HP ?
      Anytime. I haven't noticed a MPG gain (haven't driven much lately here in SoCal), but in regular driving, the car feels smoother as if it has a bit more low rpm torque. In Polestar mode, I can definitely feel a performance improvement, especially when the car is already moving (probably a combo of the BMC air filter, and more air getting into the airbox).

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      I need to see this car.... As soon as the rain stops I plan to continue on the V60CC.

      P* Strut bar and thinking about pulling the front fascia off to fabricate a light bar
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      Quote Originally Posted by Kamil View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      The section you're referring to in the fender area is the air silencer. There's no cold air being drawn up into the air box from that area. That assembly is for returning high pressure air when the throttle plate is closed under boost (suppresses the turbo woosh sound).


      If you look closely at the stock air filter picture from my post, you can see a clean section on the filter surface (front, right). It's clean because air is not sucked in to the engine at that location, it's actually pushed out. That's the portion of the air filter that sits above the small pipe you're talking about (leads to the fender air silencer). When you close the throttle plate on a turbo car that's under moderate to high boost, the pressurized air has no where to go, so it returns back towards the turbo and intake box. This causes the turbo to slow down (not good for efficiency, or performance). This is why tuned cars use "blow-off valves" to bleed off the pressured air. In our cars, Volvo created an outlet path for the returning air through the stock air box, and into the fender air silencer. If you were to remove that small rubber pipe from the bottom of the air box, you'd hear some of that "turbo woosh" sound.

      If you're bored and interested in seeing the design, take off your stock air box lid and check it out.
      Thanks very interesting, I wonder what gains you have after the cut. Any increase in MPG or HP ?
      Greetings from Sweden!
      AJS1KR, please, could you mark the “air silencer” on the diagram you posted earlier?
      I would like to try this mod on my S60. However I have some issues locating it.
      Also, I tried your mod on the air shield, made a difference actually thank you!

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      Quote Originally Posted by AdianS60 View Post
      Greetings from Sweden!
      AJS1KR, please, could you mark the 殿ir silencer on the diagram you posted earlier?
      I would like to try this mod on my S60. However I have some issues locating it.
      Also, I tried your mod on the air shield, made a difference actually thank you!
      Hello Adian60!
      Sure, please see the below diagram (that's the air silencer assembly).

      Very cool! I'm glad you tried the mod, and felt a difference!
      Out of curiosity, do you have the standard air filter, or a high-flow air filter? I'm wondering if you felt a difference, even with the stock air filter.


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      I added the OEM Volvo safety triangle, a First Aid Kit, and 2 reflective safety vests.

      In US market cars, the holes are already there (covered with caps). Very simple install, remove the caps, and add the holding clips.


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      Quote Originally Posted by AJS1KR View Post
      Quote Originally Posted by AdianS60 View Post
      Greetings from Sweden!
      AJS1KR, please, could you mark the “air silencer” on the diagram you posted earlier?
      I would like to try this mod on my S60. However I have some issues locating it.
      Also, I tried your mod on the air shield, made a difference actually thank you!<img src="http://www.vwvortex.com/Anthony/Smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
      Hello Adian60!
      Sure, please see the below diagram (that's the air silencer assembly).

      Very cool! <img src="http://www.vwvortex.com/Anthony/Smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /> I'm glad you tried the mod, and felt a difference!
      Out of curiosity, do you have the standard air filter, or a high-flow air filter? I'm wondering if you felt a difference, even with the stock air filter.

      Thank you king!!
      I assumed it was that one, however lack of energy I just disconnected the rubber tube (11) from the air box instead of removing the whole thing. (Cutting the air supply)
      Would this make any difference? Or should I just go ahead and remove the whole air silencer?
      I didn’t notice any slight sound difference from the turbo whine though, however a impact in throttle response and torque in lower RPM

      Yes I have the standard OEM filter, actually made a huge impact.
      Thanks for the replies!
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      Quote Originally Posted by AdianS60 View Post
      Thank you king!!
      I assumed it was that one, however lack of energy I just disconnected the rubber tube (11) from the air box instead of removing the whole thing. (Cutting the air supply)
      Would this make any difference? Or should I just go ahead and remove the whole air silencer?
      I didn稚 notice any slight sound difference from the turbo whine though, however a impact in throttle response and torque in lower RPM

      Yes I have the standard OEM filter, actually made a huge impact.
      Thanks for the replies!
      You're very welcome!!

      Disconnecting the rubber pipe from the air box should be fine (no need to remove the entire air silencer assembly). I didn't disconnect mine. If you put the transmission in manual mode while you're driving in low speed (3rd gear, 2000rpm), then go to full throttle until 4000rpm and lift off the throttle, you should hear a bit of the turbo woosh sound.

      Cool! Glad to hear the modded inlet plate made a difference even with the stock filter.
      Anytime!
      Last edited by AJS1KR; 04-12-2020 at 06:49 PM.

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      The next trick is to add a whistle to the blowoff pipe

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