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      2015.5 Volvo XC70 T6 Suspension Problem

      Just acquired a 2015.5 T6 with 20K miles. Very nice car. After the first long run out into the desert and low mountain areas in west Texas I found that the shock absorber's are just average. I am sure that since they have such low mileage they are operating "like new," but that isn't good enough.
      I have looked and looked and cannot find ANY aftermarket shocks for this car! Stunning!
      Has anyone found a solution that will allow me to put a set of decent shocks on this car? I have always outfitted my cars with Koni or Bilstein but neither company lists anything for this model Volvo.
      Appreciate any help......

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      Check with ViVA Performance. I think they carry Bilstein B6 struts/shocks that might accomplish what you are want.

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      Yep I'm looking at the same. Factory suspension is quite posh but under damped to be sure.
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      2015.5 xc70 t6

      Thank you for the ref. Sadly the site shows the same issue I have run into everywhere---Nothing for the 2015 XC70. In fact VIVA does not even list the car.
      As I said, this is Stunning!








      Quote Originally Posted by Penguin View Post
      Check with ViVA Performance. I think they carry Bilstein B6 struts/shocks that might accomplish what you are want.

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      Perhaps start with the IPD SWAY BAR?


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      Quote Originally Posted by rovolet View Post
      Thank you for the ref. Sadly the site shows the same issue I have run into everywhere---Nothing for the 2015 XC70. In fact VIVA does not even list the car.
      As I said, this is Stunning!
      We do not have a category for the XC70 specifically, but we do mark products for the XC70 under the V70 2008+ Tab. Happy to look at some options for you if you would like to shoot us an email.

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      Thank you Penguin! and Thank You VIVA!
      I called VIVA who revealed to me that the problem across the board is that no one tells you that the shocks for the XC70 (2008-2016) are the same as for the V70!! Problem Solved.
      For anyone else who needs a set of Bilstein B6 shocks for their 2008-2016 XC70 here are the part numbers:
      Front Left 35-144960
      Front Right 35-144977
      Rear (Both) 24-143639

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      Ck out ProlixArgon's comments in post #1461 & 1463 HERE
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      B4, it's the way to go in my experience. I'm not super happy with the B8; I've not had a B6 on a Volvo, but they were a bit harsh on the BMW's I've put them on; B4's are about perfect for my preference of a Grand Touring suspension setup.
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      2015.5 Volvo XC70 T6 Suspension Problem

      What brand is VOLVO using on the XC70 P3? Anybody here with B6 on the XC?


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      Connor, I think you should consider making a separate category, or at least make a note or tag somehow. Our XC70 came with some upgrades from the PO who was an enthusiast, the Snabb intake I realize came from VIVA. The XC70 is buried in there as fitting the intake, but you'd have to dig for it. I initially looked at your site when we first got it and I started looking for at what was available, as I upgrade every car I've owned, and passed on VIVA - as there was no category for my car.

      I've seen a few other volvo sites do this - people in the industry and those who've researched here may know that our cars fall under the V70 category, but the layman, or new to the Volvo world enthusiast, does not. I think you're leaving money on the proverbial table. 2 cents et al.

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      I agree with Ross. It has been laborious and slow figuring out what fits and what doesn't.
      I bought the B6's for the rear and it was a welcome upgrade. I would find it difficult to argue that they are in any way uncomfortable. Not at all. But the difference is night and day. I then bought and installed the IPD rear anti-roll bar. It was about a 25 minute install and again a night and day difference. In fact this roll bar swap-out is a MUST. The bar I removed was totally unsuited for the size of the car---shame on you Volvo.
      Next month I hope to get the front B6's; they are rather expensive. And I may very well opt for the Eibach lowering springs if the govt sends me a check!

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      Quote Originally Posted by CrossingCountries View Post
      What brand is VOLVO using on the XC70 P3? Anybody here with B6 on the XC?


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      I assume they are probably using Sachs. That seems to be one of the most popular OEM suppliers for shocks/struts for European cars.


      On a related note, my wife's 2013 XC70 has started making a creaking noise coming from the front suspension when going over speed bumps. I used to associate that noise with rubber bushings being stiff when it was cold out but not it even does it in the hot spring weather.

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      Quote Originally Posted by rovolet View Post
      Just acquired a 2015.5 T6 with 20K miles. Very nice car. After the first long run out into the desert and low mountain areas in west Texas I found that the shock absorber's are just average. I am sure that since they have such low mileage they are operating "like new," but that isn't good enough.
      I have looked and looked and cannot find ANY aftermarket shocks for this car! Stunning!
      Has anyone found a solution that will allow me to put a set of decent shocks on this car? I have always outfitted my cars with Koni or Bilstein but neither company lists anything for this model Volvo.
      Appreciate any help......
      Let me guess Odessa / Midland desert area? Once you get passed Austin, there's not much to look at until you hit Odessa. Just lots and lots of desert!

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      Quote Originally Posted by rovolet View Post
      I agree with Ross. It has been laborious and slow figuring out what fits and what doesn't.
      I bought the B6's for the rear and it was a welcome upgrade. I would find it difficult to argue that they are in any way uncomfortable. Not at all. But the difference is night and day. I then bought and installed the IPD rear anti-roll bar. It was about a 25 minute install and again a night and day difference. In fact this roll bar swap-out is a MUST. The bar I removed was totally unsuited for the size of the car---shame on you Volvo.
      Next month I hope to get the front B6's; they are rather expensive. And I may very well opt for the Eibach lowering springs if the govt sends me a check!
      Very interested to hear how the B6s turn out for you; I am considering B4s for ours, a bit concerned that the B6 may be too harsh (I love handling but mama loves her ride quality LOL.) Please let us know once you get the fronts installed!
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      Quote Originally Posted by MyVolvoS60 View Post
      Let me guess Odessa / Midland desert area? Once you get passed Austin, there's not much to look at until you hit Odessa. Just lots and lots of desert!
      Hey now. You still have the beautiful Texas Hill Country and San Antonio once you get past Austin and prior to hitting the desert.

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      2015.5 Volvo XC70 T6 Suspension Problem

      Quote Originally Posted by FAUGrad View Post
      I assume they are probably using Sachs. That seems to be one of the most popular OEM suppliers for shocks/struts for European cars.


      On a related note, my wife's 2013 XC70 has started making a creaking noise coming from the front suspension when going over speed bumps. I used to associate that noise with rubber bushings being stiff when it was cold out but not it even does it in the hot spring weather.
      Agree- I do think they are Sachs. Or should I say Sucks? I disregarded the Police suspension... too much investigation too expensive. Thinking B4/B6...anybody with experience between the two? Kinda like harsh- could bring the car up a bit too for a longer time. Hate a lowered XC70.


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      I can't say I'm very impressed with the stock suspension. It's far too harsh on small impact compression on street driving and a touch too soft on high speed cycling.
      Maybe the chassis is just not up to solid stiffness, but there is more cowl shake than I would expect. I do feel the shocks are part of the problem.

      I've always been a fan of Bilsteins, would love the hear a report back.

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      Quote Originally Posted by FAUGrad View Post
      Hey now. You still have the beautiful Texas Hill Country and San Antonio once you get past Austin and prior to hitting the desert.
      San Antonio is still 80 miles from Austin... So not within walking distance. Desert is pretty but it is definitely very isolated!

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      I just ordered the B4 kit from VIVA based on this post. I too share the frustration around suspension for these late model vehicles - my P80 cars in the past were super fun to tweak on a budget. Totally different. Will be certain to report back on the B4 setup once it's installed.

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      Quote Originally Posted by beercan chariot View Post
      I just ordered the B4 kit from VIVA based on this post. I too share the frustration around suspension for these late model vehicles - my P80 cars in the past were super fun to tweak on a budget. Totally different. Will be certain to report back on the B4 setup once it's installed.
      Quick question. All seem to go for B4. Thatís a good choice for sure. Did anybody consider street performance or other types. B6?
      Or are they too harsh? Did anybody investigate this, any experience?

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      Quote Originally Posted by beercan chariot View Post
      I just ordered the B4 kit from VIVA based on this post. I too share the frustration around suspension for these late model vehicles - my P80 cars in the past were super fun to tweak on a budget. Totally different. Will be certain to report back on the B4 setup once it's installed.
      Quote Originally Posted by CrossingCountries View Post
      Quick question. All seem to go for B4. Thatís a good choice for sure. Did anybody consider street performance or other types. B6?
      Or are they too harsh? Did anybody investigate this, any experience?
      Beercan, please do fill us in on the B4s. I am considering those and the B6... I'd really like more of a euro-sport wagon ride and handling, so if the B4s are basically a stock-ish upgrade then I will probably go with the B6. Just haven't found anyone who has installed either!
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      2015.5 Volvo XC70 T6 Suspension Problem

      Quote Originally Posted by Rrrracer View Post
      Beercan, please do fill us in on the B4s. I am considering those and the B6... I'd really like more of a euro-sport wagon ride and handling, so if the B4s are basically a stock-ish upgrade then I will probably go with the B6. Just haven't found anyone who has installed either!
      Thanks, same here yes. Letís wait for some B6 drivers...

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      Quote Originally Posted by Rrrracer View Post
      Beercan, please do fill us in on the B4s. I am considering those and the B6... I'd really like more of a euro-sport wagon ride and handling, so if the B4s are basically a stock-ish upgrade then I will probably go with the B6. Just haven't found anyone who has installed either!
      From post #1461 in ProlixArgon's thread A Modest XC Build:
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      At my shop I have a completely stock 2008 xc70 with about 300,000 miles on it that I use for a loaner car. I put Bilstein B4s on all four corners and the car rides fantastic. It soaks up the bumps and doesn't have excessive body role. Driving this car is what inspires me to pursue the suspension further. If you have 100k on your car and feel it's floaty, put on the B4s, I think you will find the car transformed. Best bang for the buck I can think of. I strongly recommend them.
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      Yes, I wanted to go yellows at first too because yellows. If you know you know.

      After speaking to Viva I understood the stroke length was different as the XC has a mild lift - I am a one car household and wasn't planning on doing springs, just needed to eliminate canoe characteristics.

      I am told everything went in fine and it drives well despite the Bilstein units looking very different than OE parts [whatever]. I will be picking the car up from the shop tomorrow. Stay tuned-

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      Quote Originally Posted by beercan chariot View Post
      Yes, I wanted to go yellows at first too because yellows. If you know you know.

      After speaking to Viva I understood the stroke length was different as the XC has a mild lift - I am a one car household and wasn't planning on doing springs, just needed to eliminate canoe characteristics.

      I am told everything went in fine and it drives well despite the Bilstein units looking very different than OE parts [whatever]. I will be picking the car up from the shop tomorrow. Stay tuned-
      Sorry... yellows?? B4/6?


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      Quote Originally Posted by CrossingCountries View Post
      Sorry... yellows?? B4/6?


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      Quote Originally Posted by Wayne T5 View Post
      Looks like B4=Touring Class and B6=Yellow.
      Yellows= Old head Volvo talk for Bilstein HDs. I had the B4s installed on all four corners.

      Drove it home 30 miles this morning and its a tremendous improvement. Its a front wheel drive car with all of its weight over the front axle but at least it feels like it holds the road much better now. Canoe type bobbing has been minimized but it's still there on bad city streets. Overall I would say my first impression is that it is a fitting upgrade to the car - maintains it as a nice place to be for a long drive, holds the road better, didn't turn into a dash rattler. Will never be an exciting car to toss into a corner, just a nice family cruiser.

      I will be putting 700 miles on it over the weekend and I will be sure to check back in.
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      Quote Originally Posted by beercan chariot View Post
      Yellows= Old head Volvo talk for Bilstein HDs.

      Drove it home 30 miles this morning and its a tremendous improvement. Its a front wheel drive car with all of its weight over the front axle but al least it feels like it holds the road much better now. Canoe type bobbing has been minimized but it's still there on bad city streets. Overall I would say my first impression is that it is a fitting upgrade to the car - maintains it as a nice place to be for a long drive, holds the road better, didn't turn into a dash rattler. Will never be an exciting car to toss into a corner, just a nice family cruiser.

      I will be putting 700 miles on it over the weekend and I will be sure to check back in.
      Still not clear; did you install the B6 on all 4-corners? Talking colors confuses me, maybe others too. Billstein HD? Whut? Not all understand US slang. I apologize. I do very much appreciate your feedback however, that is awesome.

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      Quote Originally Posted by CrossingCountries View Post
      Still not clear; did you install the B6 on all 4-corners? Talking colors confuses me, maybe others too. Billstein HD? Whut? Not all understand US slang. I apologize. I do very much appreciate your feedback however, that is awesome.

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      Post #20 above, he ordered a set of B4's and had them installed.

      For reference B6, Yellows, and HD are all synonymous in Bilstein talk - he didn't install those.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Wayne T5 View Post
      Post #20 above, he ordered a set of B4's and had them installed.

      For reference B6, Yellows, and HD are all synonymous in Bilstein talk - he didn't install those.
      Thanks for clarifying. Appreciate it.


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      Quote Originally Posted by beercan chariot View Post
      Yellows= Old head Volvo talk for Bilstein HDs. I had the B4s installed on all four corners.

      Drove it home 30 miles this morning and its a tremendous improvement. Its a front wheel drive car with all of its weight over the front axle but at least it feels like it holds the road much better now. Canoe type bobbing has been minimized but it's still there on bad city streets. Overall I would say my first impression is that it is a fitting upgrade to the car - maintains it as a nice place to be for a long drive, holds the road better, didn't turn into a dash rattler. Will never be an exciting car to toss into a corner, just a nice family cruiser.

      I will be putting 700 miles on it over the weekend and I will be sure to check back in.
      Great man, thanks for the report... looking forward to your impressions after the big trip. Have a good one!
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      So I talked to Billstein directly. B6 are not available for the XC70. Guess they just donít fit.



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      Quote Originally Posted by CrossingCountries View Post
      So I talked to Billstein directly. B6 are not available for the XC70. Guess they just donít fit.
      But... but...

      https://www.vivaperformance.com/bils...-s80-v70-xc70/

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      Say it isn't so LOL... maybe Connor at Viva will chime in, or we should send him an email...
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      2015.5 Volvo XC70 T6 Suspension Problem

      Please do so, I can not even select XC70 on their website...


      Here a google translation from Dutch into English directly from Bilstein...

      ##The links don't work for me
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      But I take what I know and whatever bilstein tells me there are no b6 sport dampers for your car.
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      Or other passes with a small adjustment, no idea
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      I have now selected everything for the 3rd time and am sure it is not there.
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      But if you are sure and the company is also available via the link, you can order them there.
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      I'm not going to bet that those models will fit under your car
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      Would like to deliver them but unfortunately it is not possible to return them.


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