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Old thread got archived (again) so here it is.

link to old thread:

http://volvospeed.com/vs_forum/topic/171773-arts-242-build-thread/

New setup:

B5234T3, bore and hone two sizes over

Wiseco Forged pistons

CX Racing forged H Beam rods

Borg Warner S362 SX-E 8376

LMR 240/T5 engine mounts

M90 Transmission

1300cc ID Injectors

Custom Fuel Rail by JJFab

MaxxECU engine management

Drive by wire setup from a S60/V70

FlexFuel conversion

 

Since there is a lot of pics, I'll just provide the link to the google album.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/43LbzPGXvNmMHK7e6

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This build just keeps getting better Art. Beautiful!

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WOW. This is super impressive. Awesome work!! 

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Art! That looks amazing!

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Maxxecu, Love it.

I run a few of those in customer vehicles. Really happy with the product. Especially Race or Race H2O.

 

Would you mind sharing what settings you use for the S60/V70 dbw setup?

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For info if anyone wants to upgrade to e-throttle, using a standalone ECU:

Ideally you use the throttle pedal from a P2 vehicle. The P80 e-throttle pedal sucks in the way that it uses CAN to send its backup signal whereas the P2 one sends the main signal as 0-5V and the backup as a PWM signal.

And the nice thing is: the main body of the pedal unit has exactly the same housing and mounting points as the P80 one so it bolts right up. All you have to to is to remove (destroy) the plastic pedal from the P2 unit and put on the steel pedal from a P80 unit (from junkyard/ebay) and you're good to go.

That's how I did it on mine.

As throttle body you can use whatever you want. Ideally a Volvo/Bosch one. There are also plenty VAG units out there, e.g. with 82mm if you want a bigger one. Gotta love DBW ;)

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awesome build!!!!

 

can u tell mevhow u connected ur provent?

did u keep the original pcv system?

 

thx!aziz

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