Date: Sun, 12 Jul 1998 10:27:10 -0700
From: "John Weiss" <jrweissnopsamet*NOSPAM*.com>
Subject: Re: Question re: Turbo Heat Shield (from a non-SAABer)

In the original 900 series, the only additional shielding is between the turbo unit and the battery, because they are very close. The hood on all Saabs is insulated. --------------------- John R. Weiss Seattle, WA Remove *NOSPAM* from address for e-mail reply Jerry Wellborn wrote in message <6oagkm$jqe$>... > >I have a general question for you. I have a Miata which I have >turbocharged. I just completed the addition of a Saab blow-off valve and >intercooler (courtesy of a mail order Saab auto-dismantler). I'm curious >about what Saab uses for heat shielding around the turbo. Is there a heat >shield of some sort, a heat blanket, or do they just insulate the hood?

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