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WIP 2005/2006 Volvo S60

Discussion in 'Land' started by Lucaas, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. BlueGinge123

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    I honestly think this mod has lots of potential, despite being a premade model.
     
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  2. Lucaas

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    Thank you man!
     
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  3. CarAddict

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    i had a 2007 s60 as my first car. it would be cool to have it in game thanks for making this.
     
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  4. KosmicKart91

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    YES YES YES YES!!! I have 3 S60Rs and a V70R. PLEASE don't give up on this mod! It would be so cool to have a R in game.
     
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  5. BlueGinge123

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    3
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    dream cars
    i want to see pictures
     
  6. KosmicKart91

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    Give me a minute and I'll find some.
    I have a 2004 M66 (6-speed) that is Sapphire Slack with the Nordkapp interior.
    A 2004 Flash Green M66 with the Atacama interior.
    A 2006 Sonic Blue M66 with Nordkapp, with the OEM sport body kit and working factory navigation. I have a full Atacama interior for this car that needs to be reconditioned and then will go into the car. It has a big turbo/injectors and is tuned on E85.
    A 2005 V70R M66 that is Passion Red with Atacama, the only one left in America. There were 4 imported and the other 3 have been totaled.
    And finally a 1996 850R, Passion Red with the black suede/leather interior.
     
  7. BlueGinge123

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    good god
    im crying--- not sure if its for joy or jealousy
    keep that V70R safe- thats one of my absolute must have cars before i die.
     
  8. KosmicKart91

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    Here they aRe!
     

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  9. BlueGinge123

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    also- would you recommend any of these for a daily?
    since you seem to know so much about them.
    i was leaning toward a V70R W/ OEM bodykit and (hopefully) a manual, i have seen them once in a while, and im always on the lookout for one, but i never seem to find any online or in used car dealerships, etc
    guess its cuz they are so rare, huh?
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    glorious
    the bodykit does wonders for that car in terms of looks.
    It make me happy inside to see someone preserving these future classics so well.
    oh and you have a Z4 M
    of course you do :p
     
  10. KosmicKart91

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    The body kit makes a huuuuge difference. And yes, after years of collecting I think I finally have my "holy trinity" that I will keep forever. I intend to sell the black 04 SR, just want to wait for the right buyer so I know it will go to someone who will take care of it. And yes, I collect Volvos and rotaries and the Z3M is the odd ball haha
     
  11. BlueGinge123

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    ah ok
    I wasnt sure if they were offered with one, but i have seen pics of people who do that.
    my mistake. Either way, im glad you take care of them. they are incredibly hard to find (atleast in my area)
    I love in Cali, and in my area the roads are buttery smooth, so im not terribly worried about the strut problem, but a clear enthusiat who is telling me its not wise to daily them, i probably should stay away from them- for now. :)
    thanks soo much for you time good sir.
     
  12. KosmicKart91

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    You can PM me if you have any more questions, I don't want to thread hijack too much.
     
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  13. BlueGinge123

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    wait you like rotaries too?
    I5's and the 13B (possibly 20B from the cosmo) are my favorite engines.
    sad that they are both dying breeds, and are kinda problem children, atleast from what i have heard
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    alright.
     
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  14. Srockzz

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    The I5s arent that problematic, compared to the 13B and the rotary engines in general that have reliablity problems all around, due to Apex seals, poor lubrication, poor compression, etc.
     
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  15. SanderCarGuy

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    This look amazing so faf. keep up the great work!!
     
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  16. BeamCarHomeTrade

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    Recorded the V10 Sample on My old 850R Mod that will only og's like @Spiicy or @Mad Genexixs will remember
    torque is alligned to the feelings on my XC60 although it is D5 instead of T5

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    except the fuelpump reliability and toyota automatic transmission WHICH COSTS $7K to replace
    i did that at 124,000km and running good right now
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    did you had any transmission failtures?because my D5 XC60 MY10 did
     
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  17. Lucaas

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    Do you mind if I use the sound for my drag variant? I'm thinking of making it crazy unrealistic xD.
     
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  18. KosmicKart91

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    The apex seal reliability issue can be almost 100% resolved by premixing the fuel with 2-stroke oil every fill up. I put in 1 oz per gallon in all of my rotaries. Unfortunately most of the original owners of rotary cars did not know this and now we have tons of rotaries with no compression.
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    I have not had any transmission issues in my cars. The M66 transmission in the R's are not known for going bad. However failures were common in early XC90 T6's, the 2000-2002 (maybe 2003 I'm not sure) XC70's and S80's as well as S60's I'm sure. I don't know if early the XC and S60 models used the same transmission as the S80, but my mom was the original owner of a 2001 S80 T6 that the transmission failed on. If I recall correctly they used a 4-speed GM 4T60-E transmission that did not hold up well. Basically if you buy anything past 2004 that has had transmission fluid changed somewhat frequently (aka not on the original trans fluid at 150k miles) you're safe. I can't speak for the D series engines/European models as I live in the U.S. and have no experience with them.
     
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  19. Brother_Dave

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    True that, did the same in my FD for that very reason. Other than the apex seals theyre very much reliable. mine had been well looked after and a friend of mines hadnt been. Mine was running mint, passed MOTs with a breeze while his had all sorts of problems related to the apex seals, the ton of vacuum lines having dry cracks, the cat converter being stuffed, air mix pump bypassed and so on. I unfortunatly fitted the all-time ugly BN Sports Blister kit to mine but damn was that thing wide.
     
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  20. KosmicKart91

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    Rotaries get a bad rap because people don't maintain them. They do require a bit more maintenance than a normal vehicle but nothing crazy. Lazy owners=trashed cars. My FD is the one in my picture, looks pretty stock on the outside, with the exception of the Seibon CF hood but it is actually far from stock. 3-rotor swapped with a big ole single turbo :)
     
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