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2000 Volvo V70 Exhaust Manifold Dorman

P311-1E3FF44    674-585  New

94719341 , 101300

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Dorman Exhaust Manifold
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Natural
    • Exhaust Manifold Inlet Port Shape: Oval
    • Flange Bolt Hole Quantity: 0
    • Item Grade: Regular
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2000 - Volvo V70 Naturally Aspirated
Dorman
1997 Volvo 850 Exhaust Manifold Dorman

P311-1E3FF44    674-585  New

94719341 , 101300

Qty:
$263.45
Dorman Exhaust Manifold
  • w/EGR Valve
  • Product Attributes:
    • Color/Finish: Natural
    • Exhaust Manifold Inlet Port Shape: Oval
    • Flange Bolt Hole Quantity: 0
    • Item Grade: Regular
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
1997 - Volvo 850 Naturally Aspirated
Genuine
2006 Volvo V70 Exhaust Manifold 5 Cyl 2.5L Genuine

P311-2580754    W0133-1984425  New

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$976.21
Genuine Exhaust Manifold
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Volvo V70 L 5 Cyl 2.5L - 2521
Genuine
2006 Volvo V50 Exhaust Manifold Genuine

P311-5393A64    W0133-1984361  New

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$554.44
Genuine Exhaust Manifold
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
Brand: Genuine
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Vehicle Engine Designation
2006 - Volvo V50 B5244S4
DEC
2002 Volvo S60 Exhaust Manifold DEC - with Manifold

P311-199FE57    W0133-1914047  New

Qty:
$969.61
DEC Exhaust Manifold
  • EPA Vehicle Specific Loading
  • This exhaust manifold / catalytic converter assembly is NOT approved for sale or use in California.
  • EPA Federal Compliant - Vehicle Specific Loading Catalyst - Not Legal for sale or use in California. Legal in New York and Maine on EPA Federal Emission Equipped Vehicles only.
  • with Manifold
Brand: DEC
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Aspiration
2002 - Volvo S60 Naturally Aspirated

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!987 Monte carlo

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Question From Guest on !987 Monte carlo

Hi, me and my friend are restoreing my 1987 Monte Carlo SS. My question is, What do we have to put in the 305 h/o engine to get 300 horsepower out of it and would we need to go with a bigger transmission? that being said if we did need to go with a bigger tranny would we have to cut the body up to modify it for the new bigger transmission?

Also he wants to chop a piece of the frame off, rear rail to be percise and make a new one from scratch it's only about a 5 inch piece. Is this okay> legally and car wise?

Response From Double J

Are you looking at restoring it or building a race car?
To me restoring it puts it back in its original condition as from the factory...Numbers match...type thing...

If your looking at getting horsepower, first if it was me...no way on the 305 CID...get a 327/350 something like that..
Older ones were even built from the factory with higher horsepower...
Yes.remember if you change/add that much horsepower, the transmission is going to have to "handle" it ( torque converter stall speed as well) and the differential...what gear is in the rear end?......
If its a small gear like a 2.73,that thing will fall on its face out of the hole....it'll have great higher end power..
You'll need a bigger gear for low end "grunt"..
I suggest you check with your local speed shop for whats available for what you want to do..get all your options then decide whats best for you...
You can even contact places like "Summit Racing"....very good speed/performance place..can clear up all your questions better than I can here.
As far as the frame goes, if its done correctly and reinforced correctly,it should be ok...not for the novice tho ...Racing guys often "box" in their frames to make them stronger.....
Just letting you know that there are many variables to consider when adding that much horsepower,more than just an Engine thing....

Hope that helps you some...

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Thought: If you really want 300 hp and few headaches check into ready to go marine chev 350s. Whole, new engines. They come with everything but a carb and exhaust manifolds and can take a ton of abuse. I'm pretty sure 260 HP is the standard but 300 was an option for OMC and Mercruiser - perhaps Yamaha, Volvo - YES - they used Chev blocks! Automotive parts still fit but many items will be rust proof - brass or thread lined bolt holes. Most are based on like 1969-72 GM trucks,

T

Engine smokes with new head gasket

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Question From zmasterflex on Engine smokes with new head gasket

1995 volvo 850 GLT 2.3L I5(100k). Just finished installing a new headgasket. On initial startup the engine started smoking after about 10-20 seconds. I waited a few minutes, restarted and the same thing happened. The smoke is accompanied by a burning smell. The smoke is coming from the "rear" of the engine. The only "part" in the rear is the exhaust manifold and coolant pipe. It's hard to see exactly where the smoke is originating from. I couldn't tell if it was from the head, the exhaust or the valve cover.
The engine doesn't show any other sign of a problem (ie: timing is good, no shaking or noises)

The car sat for a year and a half before being repaired so I did spend time cleaning out the gelled up antifreeze stuck in the water jacket but I might have missed some. I did torque the head bolts to spec, and I did put in new exhaust "gaskets". I also used a light coating of RTV silicone to seal the valve cover.

Where do I start a diagnosis from?
If it's from the head gasket, no liquids are leaking out.
If its from the exhaust, why is it a nasty burning smell as if rubber was on fire? An exhaust leak presumably would be accompanied by a loud noise (?)
If it's from the valve cover (its a DOHC engine), why the heck would the rear cam be burning on startup?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance.

Response From Sidom Top Rated Answer

On most engine repairs, you are going to have a period where oil, cleaners, etc need to burn off. It's normal to have smoke & smells until it's reached operatigng temp & has run for a while. I would check to make sure no harness are against the exhaust or any hot tubing. As long as it's running good, not leaking anything, no strange nosies, run it for a bit and is should slowly get better. Usually they need to be taken for a couple of good drives before the smells completely go away......... Use normal common sense before taking it on the road, if it has electric fans, definately make sure the fans come on 1st.

Response From zmasterflex

Thanks for the quick reply. I had hoped that this was considered normal, it's just that the nature of the smell is a nasty burning --unlike oil or coolant burning. Is there a procedere that I need to follow to wait for it to go away? ie: how long do I wait before I have to assume something wasn't done correctly?
Thanks!!