Johann

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  1. RNC engine in a P80?

    RNC T5 is basically an RN 2.5T engine.
  2. C30 (yes this is happening)

    Revo Knuckle. Hope it lasts.
  3. How Your Car Sits

    You do that.
  4. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Son drove the S60P for a couple of days and decided to clean it a bit..
  5. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    No. The car was sitting in a showroom and I bought it as is. Also some people advice against ceramics when a car sees a lot of gravel. The driveway of the new house is gravel and I have a lot of issues with the Polestar brakes where stones get behind the dust covers. Besides the horrendous squealing these stones can wreck ceramic rotor surfaces.
  6. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Yes, Competition Package. 550Nm/450HP. CP comes with different suspension settings, differential settings, Rims 20"x9/10 with 265/285 tires, blacked out chrome parts, slightly different interior bits like fi the seats. Added Alcantara steering wheel, And M-Performance front splitter, Car is a beast to drive. Although the Polestar is a great car, specially for the money here in my country, it can't beat the feel of the M3. The Polestar is basically to much a good Volvo. To clean and to friendly.
  7. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Attended "VolvoDrive Treffen" in the Netherlands with the S60P,
  8. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Grapjas Not for the time being. It is a great car but I have been having serious issues with the brakes. The car received it's third set of discs today. Maybe the only modification I want to do is to make better air ducts for the front brakes. All other the car is fun. Just started exploring the suspension adjustment capabilities. Currently the car was a bit to understeering for my liking. Or a bit to heavy turn in better said. A bigger blast to drive compared to the 6 cylinder. Decided to trade the V60 btw.
  9. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    A sloppy lap, And some fun "scaring" Emiel in another lap,
  10. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Thank you Greg. Visited the racetrack twice with the S60. First time was to get familiar with the car. An afternoon session at the TT-Circuit, Assen the Netherlands. Went alone and did some 30 laps. Had an issue with a wheel coming loose and the brakes were warped after the session. The second trip was together with Emiel and the wifes. We went to that great Belgian racetrack called Spa Francorchamps. Car was fitted with new discs and brake pads after a lot of hassle because Volvocars didn't have brakes in stock.. We had great fun and the car did reasonably well. Used all Volvo-Polestar provided settings for tire pressure and suspension but I had a bit of a hard time getting used to the somewhat understeering behaviour of the car. Power wise it was a blast.
  11. How Your Car Sits

    A family gathering in the town centre,
  12. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Polestarised the wife's XC..
  13. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    No this is the 6 cylinder. Two years on the road now. I think you are talking about this one, Has done 7900 km so far. A blast to drive. Had so say hi because this thread got archived already.. ;)
  14. The Chronicles Of Area 34, formerly 55

    Guess it would have but one thing lead to the other and eventually only curiosity was left.