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A simple answer to your question is yes the 9000 transmission can handle alot more power than the 900 transmission. The 9-5 transmission is basically the same as the 9000 transmission. Over the years there were several different updates made to the 9000 transmission. The most durable are the ones made near the end. Then since you are planning to use scanwest you should call them and they can advise you on the numbers you are looking for on a 9000 transmission and give you a good idea on the amount of power they feel it can handle. Good Luck, Bernie
George Riggin Specialty Automotive
1993 900 Conv.
2002 9-5 4 Door
2003 9-3 Conv. Viggen appearance package
2008 9-3 SS 4 door
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