Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2000 12:03:57 +0200
From: "Antoni Agramunt i Bertolotti" <aagramuntnospamnopsames>
Subject: Asunto: Re: 16 Valve engine question


You should'nt, but 16 v engines reach max power at higher revol. But you should not necesarily reach max to change gear. You can appreciate this when you bypass 4500 rev on your 900. And remember, less rev more live (engine and sometimes human) Cheers . Toni -----Mensaje original----- De: **.** <the.bombnopsamin.net> Grupos de noticias: alt.autos.saab Fecha: lunes 23 de octubre de 2000 19:48 Asunto: Re: 16 Valve engine question >Well if its anything like my 240bhp 1990 900 Aero then I change when the >rev-limiter starts to argue at 7000rpm. > >"Matthew Crump" <mailboxnopsamhewcrump.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in message >news:8sv50l$8k8$1nopsamg4.svr.pol.co.uk... >> I own a 1993 Classic 900SE 16v >> >> I'm sure I've read somewhere that 16v engines should be revved harder than >> their 8v equivalents through the gears, i.e. you should change gear at >> higher revs for a 16v. >> >> Is there any truth in this ?. >> >> Can a techy person please explain. >> >> Thanks in advance. >> >> Matt. >> >> >> > >

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