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  1. We probably need to start with the basics here. Do we have any air leaks? How is our fuel pressure? Any history on the fuel pump relay?
  2. I have used Bosch Quiet Cast pads front and rear on my wife's XC60 with great success. Very little dust and no noise. Not really used for anything other than a daily commuter.
  3. You definitely need to listen to Far Beyond Driven if you like those.
  4. You must go N/A to N/A or turbo to turbo, that is the only requirement. You can interchange 5 and 6 cylinder as long as you follow the previously mentioned rules.
  5. You need to put on OEM suspension parts, end of story.
  6. 195k. It's got a fair amount of fine scratching from kayaks over the years, but who cares it's cheap and paid for right?
  7. Picking this up tomorrow for cheap. It's got some nasty network issues that I hope I can sort out. Peep those ABL's though!
  8. I would check for intake leaks first, most likely cause.
  9. The first thing you need to do is send your transmission to Level 10 for a rebuild, then worry about performance mods. If you don't know what I'm talking about google "Volvo S80 GM transmission failure"
  10. You need to pickup a bootleg copy of VIDA/DICE if you are going to attempt any DIY diagnosis on these cars. You're pissing in the wind otherwise.
  11. You need to scan this car with VIDA and see what faults are stored. You likely have a fault in one of the pedal position sensors or BCM fault that is preventing cruise control from working.
  12. It's not the windshield weather stripping, you have a leak somewhere else. First pour some water in the front sunroof drains and see if it comes out under the bottom of the car.