Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2005 22:19:27 -0500
From: "Stephen B." <myspamnospamd9.net>
Subject: Re: Possibility of Saab closure


"Dexter J" <lamealameadingdongnospamlamelame.org> wrote in message news:opskmbiwqcngtaownospam.eastlink.ca... > Salutations: > > > The commercial ones are probably label-safe and specific to epoxies. > > Home-grown, probably not so much. But it'd be fascinating to see > > results of that experiment. > > > > Dave Hinz > > Hey brother Dave - not a home business, but perhaps a livable alternative > for the long-term 9000 owner like myself. Once it was stripped down, I'm > wondering if I can't then just replace the coils and transformers as > needed rather than springing for the whole banana each time. > Reading the part numbers and labels depends on the care and patience used in watching the chemicals, as well as the ink used. I see more likely it would be useful as a reverse engineering project that would allow the making of individual coil systems. Being new to SAABs, I have not dug into my engine bay to try and locate mine. Do you have a picture and dimensions on these things? Would making 4 separate blocks that could share the input make sense and fit? Stephen B

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