JaredR1

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    Volvos (obviously), cars, banjos/playing banjo, American Roots music, sailing/classic sailboats, photography, building stuff, fixing stuff

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  1. There were fewer than 100 of these DELIVERED to the US.....
  2. 3 P80s rolled into one

    If you are using an engine with dual VVT you'll need to use M4.4 to control the intake VVT. Do you like vacuum lines or computers? Do you like mechanical or electronic throttle? Your answers to those types of questions will determine which engine management system is right for you. They both have their complexities and they are vastly different.
  3. 3 P80s rolled into one

    99+ S70 T5Ms are pretty rare. If you end up building in the 97-98 style with mechanical throttle and M4.4, I'd be interested in buying all the leftover manual ME7 harnesses/keys/cluster/ECU etc from you. I want to build myself a manual ME7 V70 for a daily at some point. Whether ME7 or M4.4 is right for you really depends on what you are trying to do. I don't mind having M4.4 on my 850R for the project I am doing there.
  4. Bought a manual T-5R shift knob and boot. It even came with free parts car
  5. How Your Car Sits

    Traded in all the Volvos for a boat! Have a 609 hood that has been flooded with salt water left over if anyone is interested lol. And some S70 heated rear seats (those didn't get flooded).
  6. Bought a beater banjo so I don't have to take my Gibson everywhere anymore. This Zephyr Surplus place on ebay has some killer deals on factory reject instruments right now if anyone's shopping and doesn't mind spending a couple hours setting it up. And then I completely disassembled it LOL. Was absolutely unplayable out of the box.....not enough neck angle, the action was hopelessly high. Luckily banjos are super easy to deal with so I added this shim and was up and running in a half hour.
  7. Tuner4life's 1998 Saffron V70R

    Rubbing alcohol also fixes this. Works great on everything but the window switches since the grey color on the buttons is also dissolved by the alcohol unlike the dash switches.
  8. ^^^why I don't have a iPhone X LOL
  9. Galexie64's 1998 V70 AWD "R"

    sounds like you need a sawzall for this swap
  10. What Did You Do To Your Car Today.

    We literally needed anything else that we were ok with driving in salt now that I have a job I have to drive to so the plan for now is make it usable as cheaply as possible. Totally wasn't planning on buying an R for this job but it's a Maine car and it's done 282k+ (broken odometer, need to pull mileage) so it does fit the profile. I'll probably give it to my dad for the winter since he works at home and has the option to avoid driving in actual snowy weather if he doesn't want to so I can keep driving his '99 NA through the winter. Plus the parking lot at work is suuuupeerrrr sketchy so I like taking something with an immobilizer there (seriously I've been there like 3 weeks and already someone's gas almost got siphoned so it's not just scare tactics......can't wait to find a better job, or maybe just a job wit ha better parking lot LOL). So what does it need to be useful? Tires (going to put the Volans with zLine AS from the red R on it for the winter) seriously these things are AWFUL I was following my dad going the same speed as him since the speedo doesn't work and was getting understeer a few times) ABS module Make the speedometer and odometer work Replace a ton of burnt out light bulbs Fix rear suspension (green/yellow springs and Bilstein TCs on the way from FCP) Replace PS pump Fix windshield wipers (they boke 1/3 of the way home in the pouring rain on Tuesday night.....had to pull over and wait for my dad to come back with rainx so we could get it the rest of the way home LOL) Tailgate struts On the plus side, it came with a 2k old timing belt and brand new brakes (seriously the brakes are so new that the handbrake wasn't properly worn in......I had to do a couple 30-0 stops with it on the way home to get it rolling right). But the brakes aren't smooth. Idk if they just need to be bedded or if it's cheap Chinese parts making trouble. I have no idea what is going to happen beyond that. Anybody want to buy it from me in the spring? I'm not sure I want to keep it long term. Could also ship it to Europe in the spring and use it to take a road trip there next summer if I can line up a buyer in Europe (white Rs are extremely rare there).
  11. What Did You Do To Your Car Today.

    Bought it. Not bad for $950.
  12. How Your Car Sits

    You have a factory manual 850R. That's pretty cool. I am jealous of the Cosworth 190E too......what's it like compared to the R? I have one of those in my dream garage but I've never been in one in reality so I'm not sure if it should be in my dream garage lol.
  13. How Your Car Sits

    Correct. Made in Italy.
  14. How Your Car Sits

    Got the Nebs on the T5 SE yesterday. Looks sick. I think my dad has a cooler car than me now. Not sure what I am going to do about this yet lol. Getting the Öhlins and M66D swap happening in my R seems to be the best solution, though. Washed and waxed all the turbo cars today and then did a photoshoot. The R is done for the year, gonna try to get the T-5R out a couple more times but the weather will have to be perfect since it's tucked away in its building and I'm not washing it again until the spring, so it might be done, too. We'll keep the T5 SE out until the salt hits the streets. Not sure what we are going to do if I still have a job I have to drive to at that point though. Oh had some friends crash the photoshoot too.
  15. How Your Car Sits

    They're going on my dad's T5 SE. The Volans are mine and I bought the zLines on them for my R; they're just on loan to him since the Continental ControlContact Touring AS it came with were scary af and he needed something safe until we found some appropriately special wheels for this car. Not like I'm driving my R much these days so no point in putting decent tires on that. I'm probably going to set up a cool photo shoot this weekend with all the turbo cars and then let it sit on the Perfos from the T5 SE for the winter since I'm about to sell the ControlContact Sport AS that the R came with..........for $60 less than I paid for the zLines LOL.