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Project C30 v2.0

posted by on 2 July 2010 in Project C30 V2.0


Project C30 v2.0 Stats Base Car: 2007 C30 T5 Engine: 2.4-liter 5-cylinder turbo Transmission: 5-speed geartronic Color: Cosmic White Metallic Modifications: Engine: IPD ECU Upgrade, Bell Intercooler, K&N Intake Transmission: Stock Exhaust: Stock Wheels: Heico Sportiv 19×8 Volution V Tires: 235 35 19 Yokohoma S.Drive Suspension: H&R Coilovers, EuroSport Tuning Strut Bar Brakes: Stock Exterior: […] More…

Project C30: Brake Rotor, Pad, and Stainless Line Upgrades From Elevate Cars

posted by on 26 October 2009 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

Slotted Rotors, Pads & Stainless Brake Lines from Elevate offer better stopping power. More…

Project C30: EuroSport Tuning Strut Bar, 0-60 MPH Numbers, Studio Photography

posted by on 10 June 2009 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

EuroSport Strut Bar tightens handling while test equipment helps define performance gains with numbers. More…

Project C30: K&N Intake and Bell Intercooler Add More Power with IPD ECU Upgrade

posted by on 23 April 2009 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

Added power complement our IPD ECU perfectly to transform the C30 into an EVO-capable sleeper. More…

Project C30 v.2.0: IPD SL2 ECU Upgrade and Softloader

posted by on 30 July 2008 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

From IPD we test the latest in their highly successful ECU upgrade software and softloader tool for uploading the new setup. More…

Project C30: Visual Character Adjustment

posted by on 3 July 2008 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

Larger wheels from Heico, Tires from Yokohoma, Mirror Caps from Carbon Fiber Works and a new body kit from Volvo Accessories. More…

Project C30 v.2.0: H&R Coilover Suspension Upgrade

posted by on 25 June 2008 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

Coilovers are standard issue in the comparct performance scene. We go with a set from German suspension experts H&R. More…

Project C30 v.2.0: Introduction

posted by on 28 December 2007 in Project C30 V2.0 Technical Features

Volvo’s never had a hatch in the American market, though times have changed. Based on a very capable corporate chassis and with very distinctive design, building a clean Euro-inspired hot hatch is a must. More…