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HI
I am glad to welcome all who will write how many Volvo goes
402m
My Volvo s60r M66
boost - 1.1 bar (4 gear)
the strengthened cluch castom + 1 mass flywheel (holds 600nm)
ARD turbo solenoid
IPD ignition coils
intake pipe 76mm castom
the rest full stock
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stage 0+
car weight 1660 + I - 90kg = 1750kg

telemetry RACEAMERICA
time - 14.1 (95 octane)
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RACELOGIC
time - 13.9 (98 octane)



 

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1/4 mile

my friend Volvo s60r M66
boost - 1.1 bar (4 gear)
the strengthened cluch castom + 1 mass flywheel (holds 600nm)
ARD turbo solenoid
intake pipe 76mm castom
intercooler nissan GTR R33
downpipe 76mm handmade castom
the rest full stock
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stage 0,5+

telemetry RACEAMERICA
time - 13.540 (95 octane)
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RACELOGIC
time - 13.3 (98 octane)


 

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In the summer I plan no ECUTUNE, only full exhaust 76mm castom, intake castom, to go 13 seconds 402m
My friend plans to go 12.5-12.8 NO ECUTUNE
 

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ALeX™;3019122 said:
In the summer I plan no ECUTUNE, only full exhaust 76mm castom, intake castom, to go 13 seconds 402m
My friend plans to go 12.5-12.8 NO ECUTUNE
If both you and your friend have Rs and are not going to retune your ECUs, its not going to happen. You have a lot to learn if you think you can get that kind of power from these cars without remapping the ECUs.
 

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2007 Volvo S60 R GT

402 m = 14.323 sec @ 98.27 mph


402m = 14.04 sec @ 100 mph


your online translator is good

pictures are better
start on glue it + to reduction of time for distances
we have asphalt or concrete
 

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If both you and your friend have Rs and are not going to retune your ECUs, its not going to happen. You have a lot to learn if you think you can get that kind of power from these cars without remapping the ECUs.
and how you consider time 13.540 it quickly or not?
having only interooler, downpipe, intake pipe, cluch castom....
I don't write about small completions which reduce time for distation
whether you know that Volvo has 8 errors on coupling from plant which need to be corrected, we made to ourselves only 4 so far
you excuse can you won't understand that I write, but our approach absolutely another to completions.
it is pleasant to us when speak "I didn't know that Volvo can go so"
 

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2007 Volvo S60 R GT

402 m = 14.323 sec @ 98.27 mph


402m = 14.04 sec @ 100 mph


your online translator is good

pictures are better
what your car on video?
 

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Those acceleration meters are notoriously inaccurate, therefore the lower times being discussed can't be trusted. His time slip from a drag strip is giving us some real numbers for comparison since that's about right for a well sorted stock R.

When I see a real time slip from a drag strip saying 13.5 I will believe it, but till then I don't believe this guy is getting that from a stock tune R as much as he thinks he can do so.

Even Dougy isn't getting those kinds of numbers and he's pushing even more power than me through a slushbox.
 

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It's around 10 degrees C at this time in Belarus. Can dense, cold air make much difference to these cars?

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Yes, the R, as well as all other turbo cars, love cold air so it makes a big difference. When comparing dyno numbers its best to do so under the same temps and barometric pressures.

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What is the stock power at wheels on an R and how much more do you need to get the R to achieve a 13.5 pass?

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Those acceleration meters are notoriously inaccurate, therefore the lower times being discussed can't be trusted. His time slip from a drag strip is giving us some real numbers for comparison since that's about right for a well sorted stock R.

When I see a real time slip from a drag strip saying 13.5 I will believe it, but till then I don't believe this guy is getting that from a stock tune R as much as he thinks he can do so.

Even Dougy isn't getting those kinds of numbers and he's pushing even more power than me through a slushbox.
If I correctly understood everything, your time too isn't exact!
And which telemetry measured your a car not correctly shows result.
 
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