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The ones to change are (again, per Ashcraft):
Main jet - 165
Emulsion tube - F6
Air corrector jet - 190
Pump jet - 50 (although I'm pretty sure mine is a 55)
If you are running a stock exhaust, you might find a smaller main jet better, 155 or 160. If you've got an MSS exhaust or something like it, the bigger jet is better. There's a ton of stuff here, just search on "34ICH."
2009 9-5 Aero sedan
2007 9-5 SportCombi
1969 96; 1973 Sonett; 1973 96; 1978 99L; 1986 900 8V;
1990 900 16V; 1998 900 SE; 2003 9-3 Aero;
2000 9-5(donated to needy friend, still going)
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