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Volvo S80 T6 “R Kelly” Intake Install

“I just finished with the install of the R style intake in my 00′ S80 T6. I’ve seen lots of people who are skeptical and there’s only one other forum tutorial that I’m aware of on the net. I decided to just take a few pictures for anyone who would like to do this easy upgrade.

This upgrade seems to be adding a good amount of throttle response and quicker spool time. I suggest it to anyone looking to improve the upgrade deprived S80 for not too much cash.”

s80 r kelly install - Volvo S80 T6 "R Kelly" Intake Install

Volvo S80 T6 “R Kelly” Intake Install

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