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Ya ' sure as delivered it's not optimum nothing is !(well maybe a Ferrari ! et all ) common' these are mass production cars, (well a viggen is a special limited production version w/some better parts/ more HP/torque ) that's why folks sell , and we install, use the usual, expected band-aids, adds, improvements fr genuine Saab, Abbott racing, etc they can transform it into a competent, fast, safe sports car! the difference is Amazing! most of these are the simple bolt-on anyone can do. the R& D has already been done. and the best advice and help is a mere phone call or e-mail away ! have you optimised your viggen ? Yes, it's true there will still be wiggles, the chassis may wind up a bit there is no way to brace out ALL the flex but that's actually part of the fun ! you can learn to use/ control that energy driving aggressively! load it into a corner and unwind it coming out! And w/ the great Bosch TCS system man it feels like you can just slam it into a corner WFO and relax! ( they didn't get that on the UK/ Australian market viggens ! ) Those SPG's, whilst good cars Never made the HP/torque a viggen does did they? and I have no idea why people romanticize them they were far down the evolutionary ladder from the Viggen. I find peoples opinion of the car changes when they have driven one that's been "optimised " gosh, even my wife, (no performance driver for sure !) noticed and liked EVERY change I did to her 9-3! I wouldn't tell her and she would come home fr work smiling, laughing and say "hey ! what did you do to this car? it handles better, stops better is smoother etc " (depending on what was done ) I can't understand why anyone would leave a viggen stock? everything can be improved and should be! the chassis is not as deficient as some will assert I guess they are unmotivated to do improvements regards,
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Posts in this Thread:
- Viggen love, Saabu , Mon, 30 Oct 2017 15:59:22
- Re: Viggen love, Saabu , Fri, 10 Nov 2017 20:50:48
- Re: Viggen love, Bernie , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 18:36:20
- Keeping mine primarily stock, MI-Roger , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 17:13:18
- Re: Viggen love, Justin VanAbrahams, Tue, 31 Oct 2017 12:06:14
- Re: Viggen love, SPG Jr , Tue, 31 Oct 2017 04:23:25
- Re: Viggen love just fix whatever breaks i say ! & optimise it !, neil dale , Mon, 30 Oct 2017 17:54:09
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