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Here ya go:

2002 S60 Prices (USD)

S60 2.4
INVOICE RETAIL
$25,226.00 $27,125.00

S60 2.4T
INVOICE RETAIL
$29,411.00 $31,625.00

S60 2.4T AWD
INVOICE RETAIL
$31,038.00 $33,375.00

S60 2.3 T5
INVOICE RETAIL
$31,643.00 $34,025.00

All 2002 invoice prices for Volvo can be found at Kelly Blue Book.

-Drew

[This message has been edited by InDy (edited 10-26-2001).]
 

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quote:

Originally posted by InDy:
Here ya go:

2002 S60 Prices (USD)

S60 2.4 T5
INVOICE RETAIL
$31,643.00 $34,025.00

All 2002 invoice prices for Volvo can be found at Kelly Blue Book.

-Drew
Drew, the S60 T5 is the 2.3 liter high pressure turbo, not a 2.4. The 2.4 high pressure turbo will be on the S60r, no doubt.



BTW, I just got e-mail from Steffansson that said the ECU upgrade will work fine on the US-spec S60 T5, but I'd have to send them the ECU (to Sweden) for them to install it!!

But they only charge about $611 for it, which is cheaper than IPD version, if and when they develop it.

Anyone have any stories about Steffansson, good or bad?
 

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Oops! I fixed it.
Thanks for noticing. BTW, I have only heard good things about S.A.M., they make excellent products. $611 isn't bad at all considering it will be going to Sweden and back. Chipping the S60 T5 will get you 300hp. That is about $11 bucks per horse!


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BSR has a 3 kits for the S60 T5 as well as the 2.4T. The stage 3 kit gives the T5 319HP @6000 rpms and 314 ft/lbs @ 4000 rpm with over 295 from 3000 to 5200 rpm. Nice

I have the s3 kit for my 850R and have been very impressed. Let me know if you want more details as I am starting to sell these kits in the US.

Rich S.

97 BSR S3 850R
 

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Originally posted by Thor's Hammer:
BSR has a 3 kits for the S60 T5 as well as the 2.4T. The stage 3 kit gives the T5 319HP @6000 rpms and 314 ft/lbs @ 4000 rpm with over 295 from 3000 to 5200 rpm.
319HP, eh? Sounds pretty good, but I wonder they use the engine dyno machine to get the figure or simple chasis dyno and use their 'assumed' % of HP loss from tranny. Hehehe..."oh..you got 260 HP at wheels, but we think there's an 22% of hp loss from the transmission, or maybe 24%".....


The actual HP loss on an manual 70 series T5 is no greater than 12%. In another word, to achieve 319hp at the crank, you are talking 285 hp at the wheels.
That's a lot of power...and that is ought to be outta the safety margin for the engine components.

I'm speaking from an experienced stand point,
oh..BTW, there's still the flywheel to worry about once you get up to that kinda HP. Since you are going to be distributing and reselling for them, I think you should find out how they obtain their HP figure and on what car they go this from.

Hehehe..you'll always have a$$ like me asking these annoying questions.


It's not pretty when things start to break apart when you get to have the real HP. Don't want to be a meanie...just wanted to get few facts straighten out.

Hopefully you won't think I'm trying to stop anyone from making $$$.

[This message has been edited by The_one_n_only (edited 11-01-2001).]
 
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