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- By: Jay VanGorden
How To Determine Volvo Brake Rotor Sizes
It's easy to make a mistake when shopping for brakes on a Volvo as almost every model could be had with multiple combinations of brake rotor sizes. Whether the varying sizes were intended for performance or police applications, there is always some sort of brake upgrade available. Even if you are not interested in upgrading and want to replace with the exact parts, it's important to know your size and how to order based on measurements.
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1993-2004 Volvo P80 Vehicles
Two sizes of front brakes were offered for the Volvo 850, S70, V70, & C70.
- 280mm (~11")
- 302mm (~11.8")
The 302mm upgrade is achieved by installing the appropriate caliper mounting brackets and rotors. Calipers and pads remain the same.
2001-2009 Volvo P2 Vehicles
The P2 chassis encompassed smaller vehicles like the FWD S60, all the way up to the AWD behemoth known as the XC90 SUV, and used front brake sizes. Though they shared the same platform, different sized brakes were needed to meet the needs of a widely-varying vehicle lineup.
- 286mm (~11.2")
- 305mm (12")
- 320mm (12.6")
- 330mm (13" R-Fitment)
We also have brakes for:
Volvo P1 Vehicles
- 2004-2011 - C30, S40, V50, C70
Volvo P3 & SPA vehicles
- 2007-Current - S60, V60, XC60, V70, XC70, S80, S90, V90, V90XC, XC90
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Jay has been with the company since 2011. He's been in the automotive industry for over 25 years and brings a great amount of automotive experience to FCP Euro. He graduated from Universal Technical Institute of Exton PA. in 2005 and then went on to graduate from the Volvo S.A.F.E program in 2006. From there he worked at a Volvo dealership for 7 years before joining the FCP Euro team achieving his ranking as a Certified Volvo Technician in 2 years, and a Master Volvo Technician in 4 years. During his tenure, Jay VanGorden has worked in multiple areas and roles within FCP Euro and is currently the VW Catalog Manager.