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Nothing special. T6 manifolds and modified stock inlet/outlet pipes, waterline outside the block combined from FWD and RWD for fitment, 600x300x76 intercooler and working AC.got any more info on that t6 swapped 960? what manifolds did you use?
Thanks.Great work on the t6!
Love to see your updates!
Only later on realised if you meant either of the 965s or S90got any more info on that t6 swapped 960? what manifolds did you use?
Silver appears to have been a pretty popular colour on these. Handbrake is notoriously weak, almost on the same level as on old XC90. Mostly it's the wheel cables that cause troubles. Surprisingly it worked so the hack wasn't that bad. If you don't count that the clamps rub between the body and subframe :rolf:I bought that car's twin, silver 960 wagon from the local auction. Been hacking on it to make it my winter beater. Between exhaust falling off and battling a sunroof leak, it's going great! Your picture of the handbrake cable makes me think, maybe that's the problem with mine.
1.8 seems to be more lenient and you can fiddle around a bit more with injector and MAF sizes. I've run only T6 injectors and E85 with 1-1.1bar higher fuel pressure on all and they behave similarly. With stock T6 turbos you can use around 0.6bar max boost(or less depending on stuff) on both Motronics. Fuel cut comes in pretty early with small turbos. Up to that point you can drive them as you want. S90 will be tuned in the spring if all goes well, now the owner has it in winter storage. Then it can at least max out the injectorsI have been lurking in this thread for waaay to long but I have to ask, on the s90, How does the motronic 4.4 handle the boost?
Gonna start on basically the same here, stock turbos etc
It's really simple. Just make two flanges and up pipes. Optionally grind the manifold outlet a bit bigger for better flow