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n xntrx volvo 12-30-2004 01:02 AM

hardware/ threads faq
 
alot of the same q's come up, if you know any, let me know and i'll throw them in.

Head
Thermo Time Switch = 14mm x 1.5
ECU Temp Switch = M12 x 1.5
Exhaust Studs = 8mm x 1.25
intake nuts = 12mm head
Thermostat Housing = 10mm Head
Valve Cover = 10mm head
Timing Belt Tensioner = 17mm Head
Camshaft Gears 17mm Head
8v valves
Head diameters 1.732" intake/1.378" exhaust
overall lengths 4.350" intake /4.365" exhaust
7.955-7.970mm Stem diameter
Std four keeper groove
Valve seat angle 44.5 deg
seat width in cyl head, 1.3-1.9mm intake, 1.7-2.3mm exhaust
b230 fuel rail fitting = m14 head, m6 thread


Block

Oil Pressure Sender B230 = M14 x 1.5
Oil Drain = 3/4" 16tpi
Oil Filter = 29mm head 3/4" 16tpi thread
Turbo oil feed = 14X1.5mm
Crank Nose Bolt = M14 x 2mm pitch x 70mm l
Drain Cock = 18mm Head
Oil Pan = 12mm head
Oil Pump = 1/2 Head
Con Rods = 10mm Head, 12 point
Main Bearings = 19mm Head
freeze plugs (b230) = 40mm
dist block plug (b230) = 40mm
fuel pump block off m thread
aux shaft plug = 52mm
water pump = 10mm head x 6.0mm X 1.00mm.
motor mounts (on block) m thread

Turbo
TD04-13C oil feed = M12 x 1.5

Tranny
Bell housing Bolts = 3/4 head, 12mm x 1.75 thread

Radiator/ IC
Screw in temp sensor = M22x 1.5

Powerstroke ic = 3.25 in/out

Chassis
Lower Cherry Brace Bolts = 10mm x 1.5 pitch x 25mm l
Lug Nuts 240 = 1/2" x 20tpi
Lug Nut 700 + newer = 12mm x 1.5.
Springs
700 sedan (4 cyl), Front 6.5"d, .540" wire, 5 active coils. 118
lb/inch. Rear 4.75"d, .405" wire, 7 active coils. 70 lb/inch.
700 wagon (4 cyl), Front 6.5"d, .571" wire, 5 active coils. 147
lb/inch. Rear 4.75"d, .495" wire, 7 active coils. 156 lb/inch.
700 rear (irs) 5"d, 11/32" wire,
200 diesel, Front 6.5"d, .550" wire, 5 active coils. 127 lb/inch.
strut tubes, 53mm (2.086")

Other
Fuel Filter = 12mm/out 14mm/in
700 Dist Cap = 8mm head

AN Fittings FAQ

AN (Army-Navy)
The AN (Army-Navy) standard was established many years ago by the US
military to set a common measurement for hose and fittings. It designates
the outside diameter (O.D.) of the ridged metal tube that is compatible
with each size of fitting. Still today, this AN dash standard is the
benchmark measurement for military, industrial and the performance hose
applications. These dash sizes are expressed as the numerator of the
fraction, with the denominator always being 16. For example, a -04 port is
4/16 or 1/4-inch.

its all cut/ paste, so it may/ may not be correct.
-Aaron

n xntrx volvo 01-10-2005 06:44 PM

you guys dont know any of this? fine, i'll add as i run across.

Morley 01-10-2005 06:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by n xntrx volvo
you guys dont know any of this? fine, i'll add as i run across.

;-) we're not that stupid. We know SOMETHING.






















Wheel nuts, 19mm head.

Three Fat Tigers 01-10-2005 10:21 PM

I would include the stud size and pitch when describing nuts.

Water pump bolts, nuts and other 10mm head hardware are 6.0mm X 1.0

tjanson 11-30-2005 06:29 PM

Head bolt head size
 
What size socket is needed for the head bolts?
I'm doing my head gasket this weekend and wanted to make sure I have a 6pt 1/2 drive socket handy....

MikeHardy 11-30-2005 06:46 PM

exhaust studs are M8 (older stuff is 1/2" head later stuff seems to be 13mm or has been replaced by that on most i see)
intake are the same
thermostat and cam cover are M6
gauge temp sensor is 5/8" unf (same throughout all models even 16V)

240Psycho 12-12-2005 04:23 PM

i know this is an old post but its a good one
 
what size is the oil passage thats at the front of the motor by the water pump.

important info for the +t people who like their stock sensor where it is.

foggyjames 06-07-2006 09:29 PM

Random bump...sticky icky icky?

cheers

James

mikep 06-07-2006 09:44 PM

The timing belt uses sprockets, not gears.

Homer 06-07-2006 09:48 PM

Crank pulley bolt is 24mm. B2xx
Front brake caliper bolts: 19mm 240

765tiME 06-07-2006 10:04 PM

banjo bolts for fuel filter/turbo oil feed?

kahluaTDI 06-07-2006 10:51 PM

the bell housing bolts are 19mm heads, and the torque converter plate uses 14mm.

the headbolts are 14mm .. or were they 13.

the throttle position sensor is held on with 2 7mm allen headed bolts.

burgandybrick 06-07-2006 11:19 PM

thanks guys this thread is very helpful!!

blarf 06-08-2006 12:21 AM

The head bolts have 14mm heads (new style) or InHex 10mm(?) (old style). 700 series brakes use 10mm InHex bolts to fasten the calipers to the strut housing, and 5mm InHex to fasten the ABS sensor. I'm pretty sure the Bilstein HDs use a 7mm InHex fitting at the top. Crank pulleys are 22mm / 7/8"(?) (B19/B21/B23) or 24mm / 15/16" (B200/B230).

Tabor 06-15-2006 07:12 PM

Head bolts M12x1.75

745 TurboGreasel 06-15-2006 07:27 PM

How about torque specs with this fancy list of bolts?
followed by 'Locktite, teflon, oiled, or dry'

Nice reference so far tough

blarf 06-15-2006 08:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 745 TurboGreasel
How about torque specs with this fancy list of bolts?
followed by 'Locktite, teflon, oiled, or dry'

Nice reference so far though

https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP30871_1/p009
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP31003_1/p003
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP30838_2/p007
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/.../TP31201_1/p06
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP11584_1/p030
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP30000_1/p001
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP30001_1/p003
https://gaz.inferiorhumanorgans.com/...TP30001_1/p004

That should keep you busy for a bit. :-P

Lord Tentacle 07-25-2006 07:37 PM

update for you to add in
td04HL-15G-7 with the conical outlet has an oil inlet port that is 12mm x1.5
(i just found this out the hard way :grrr: )
turbo for reference is from a 95 T5-R

steelels1 08-14-2006 04:36 PM

My alternator tensioner bolt snapped last week for whatever reason and replacement was an M6 x 1.0. I used a bolt 70mm in length, but you could probably give or take a little.

n. rippe 08-15-2006 01:07 PM

torque specs would really be kick *ss

dl242gt 08-15-2006 01:48 PM

There are a lot of changes
 
During the late 80s Volvo started trying to save some weight in the cars. One of the ways they did that is to reduce the head size on a number of fasteners in the suspension and on the engine. Bolts that were 17mm like the timing belt tensioner are reduced to 15mm. I think they did this around 1989 for the 240 series.

Shock bolts for the rear lower shock mount went from 19mm down to 17mm on the head and 18mm on the nut. The large suspension bolts like the rear trailing arm bushing are changed from 22mm down to 21mm. Just a couple of examples. There are many changed sizes that adds upto some weight loss for the car.

The best thing is to be sure you have a complete range of socket and wrench sizes and as you work on newer cars you'll need tools for torx fasteners for more and more fasteners on the car.

thelostartof 12-15-2007 12:20 PM

bump for those that do not know about it

tho i do have a question ... for the fuel rail ... m6 thread ... what kind of fitting do i need to T into the stock line @ the rail on a 7/9 series?

Lord Tentacle 12-15-2007 03:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thelostartof (Post 1540565)
bump for those that do not know about it

tho i do have a question ... for the fuel rail ... m6 thread ... what kind of fitting do i need to T into the stock line @ the rail on a 7/9 series?

there really isn't anything
its a volvo/euro proprietary fitting thats just not used on anything else
i've got a modified fuel line you can have if you want
its got the special compression fittings to connect to the stock lines, gives you a 1/8th npt femal connector. right now i have a 6ft section of parker fuel hose on it with a plug on the end to quiet the system

a far better option is to clip off the stock input line, braze the hole shut and then get a steel weld on barb fitting and have it welded to the ass end of the fuel rail
then run some 3/8th line to the fuel filter

wolf_walker 01-16-2008 04:10 PM

How about the CSB bolts, for when you have to screw with it to get it to not knock around on takeoff.
?

Mike Allen 01-26-2008 01:15 PM

90 760 Turbo Wagon Spec Sheet
 
I am looking at a 90 760 Turbo Wagon as my next project. Can anyone point me towards a list of stock specs? (Wheelbase/track/overall length/weight and such)
Any special problem areas to look for??
Thanks
Mike Allen
San Antonio, TX
Former 914 Driver
Current BMW E30 Driver
Future 760 Turbo Wagon Driver
Founding Member;
Old Pfart's Racing Team
(Indoor Beer Consumption Division)


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