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Posted by Coolknight (more from Coolknight) on Tue, 19 Sep 2000 03:03:11
In Reply to: 9-3 Viggen, Dick LeBar, Mon, 18 Sep 2000 17:06:35
a) Torque steer (can be reduced with proper tire pressures or
eliminated with the Abbot rescue kit)
b) No limited slip. ( with all that torque this might be
bad on snowy days, you could get a limited slip from Abbott)
c) Suspension. A tad too soft for such a strong car.
Overall the Viggen is a great car, but to get the most out
of it you might wana get the Abbott rescue kit for the Viggen.
(suspension parts to eliminate torque steer and to get the suspension
Did you test drive a 9-5 Aero, it's only a tad slower but it
offers more space and comfort and it's great fun to drive.
In any case! Enjoy!
Coolknight drives a 2000 9-5 Aero 5spd