Frits pro spec 360

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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by Frits » 08 Sep 2012 03:56 pm

sm4 high beer ;)

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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by Frits » 28 Aug 2013 07:28 am

Man, what a dust

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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by Speedy88 » 28 Aug 2013 11:05 am

Surprised people haven't given this a bit more attention, the car is very nicely built and used well. Still following you on facebook dude sm4
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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by Frits » 28 Aug 2013 10:00 pm

Thanks man, appreciate that. Putting in more time and money than ever. But less active on the internet, the forums at least.

However, got a new MOT today and I'm progressing on the custom front suspension.

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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by thododd » 29 Aug 2013 07:10 pm

Custom front suspension?!? Interested! What you thinking?

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Re: Frits Volvo 360 Rally / Drift - BUILD FINISHED -

Post by Frits » 29 Aug 2013 09:57 pm

Repositioned rollcenter and (bump) steering points. More steering lock, modified struts for 2.5" more travel (or lowness) and offcourse all coilover. Working on my own dampers, but havent figured out yet.

Was annoyed with the handling of the lowered 360, so took the grinder.

The B230 runs great, but still need more power lol

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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Frits » 10 Sep 2013 04:51 pm

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Lol, was working on the suspension to solve some issues.. And it looks like I'm getting away with the swingarm upside down.

Don't mind the amost cut away swingarm, its a prototype. Please do mind the über lock

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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Chris_C » 10 Sep 2013 05:11 pm

You decided that putting the wheels at 90degrees to the direction of motion is more effective than having brakes Frits? ;) :lol:
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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Frits » 10 Sep 2013 07:42 pm

Depends if you'd like to end up here

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Post by classicswede » 10 Sep 2013 09:43 pm

Ouch :oops:
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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Speedy88 » 10 Sep 2013 09:55 pm

He did an awesome repair job though!
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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Chris_C » 11 Sep 2013 10:36 am

Everytime I see that photo I flinch. The cage did that B pillar a *lot* of favours by the looks.
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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Frits » 11 Sep 2013 11:13 am

Can't really say, but the cage doorbars stopped the door for sure.

But driving home from England with a concussion wasn't the best idea. When I was about home, I didn't know anymore to drive on the left- or right side of the road lol

The car didn't felt predictable, I decided to go for it anyway, so you'll end up the wall. But its the past. Thats why I'm now working on the front suspension to get the handling done.

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Re: Frits pro spec 360

Post by Frits » 03 Dec 2013 07:52 pm

Found out my youtube account again, so here is 50-100 km/h in 3th gear. I'm actually dissapointed about engine's power...

http://youtu.be/ugp8jNjtYUo

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