Wow, around here you would be ticketed immediately. The city/state needs it's revenue!Jake also got a euro plate with the same letters/numbers as his regular tag. In addition, he put the proper registration sticker on the plate. Technically it’s not legal to the letter of the law but he has the original plate in the car if he gets stopped.
From your post on the brake upgrade.Phase 2:
The rear caliper brackets were sourced from IPD.
I've been digging around, haven't found any front brackets for brembos but found this from Yother's website https://yother.com/collections/brakesFrom your post on the brake upgrade.
What brackets were sourced from IPD? Didn't see anything in a quick scan under either application.
(EDIT- I might also be interested in the part file for those front adapters, if you're willing to share.)
Looking at that, they use a 350mm Nissan Z rotor, instead of the 330mm Volvo one. That probably makes it a *little* easier to fit it around the spindle.I did find these after we made ours. Looks like less modifications needed to the knuckle.
I guess just see what he says. I've done several custom brake swaps on other vehicles before, so I'm not overly concerned. Just trying to save a little legwork. I'd gladly pay a fee for the design. I've paid (and charged) for similar things in the past.The front brackets weren’t exactly plug and play. There are some modifications needed to the knuckle such as cutting off the steering stops and installing the time-serts. In addition, I had to trim off the steering stop pads from the front control arms to clear the brackets. I don’t know if we want the liability if something goes wrong but I will ask Jake if he would be willing to share the design (for a small fee possibly).
Looks great! I dream of steering wheel control buttons in a p80 lolAnother part we kept from the Ghettolvo was the steering wheel. Installation required slight modification. The horn contact was removed from the original wheel and installed in a carefully drilled hole in the S60R steering wheel. In addition, I had to grind off a bit from the hub on the back side of the wheel to close the gap with the steering column trim. The airbag plugged into the existing wiring. Sadly the radio and cruise control buttons do not work but the thicker rim and slightly smaller diameter really feel good in your hands.
S60R + 850 turbo = S850R