Date: Fri, 08 Sep 2000 01:28:42 GMT
From: David Kallion <david.kallionnopsamatico.ca>
Subject: Re: 900 SPG APC Gauge question


My 86 SPG seems to not like the heat, and is finicky about the octane of the gas I use. On a cool day, with 94 octane, my APC needle makes it all the way to the top of the yellow. On a hot day...using 91 octane...I don't have a hope in hell of achieving full boost. Julian Sweet wrote: > I have a 1990 SPG that I take to a Saab mechanic. When I'm > flooring my car and thus expecting maximum boost, where should my APC > needle reside? Right now it's about 3/4 or 4/5 of the way to the > yellow/red border. Should I expect the needle to be right at the > yellow/red boost gauge border under sustained maxium acceleration? If > so, what are some easy things to check? > > jsweetnopsamneering.ucsb.edu

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