Date: Wed, 29 Oct 1997 12:09:01 GMT
From: (Barney the dinosaur)
Subject: Re: Saab aftermarket performance (was 1997 900 SE 5spd vs 1998 900 SE 5spd)

On 28 Oct 1997 04:32:21 GMT, saabpartsnopsamcom (SAABPARTS) wrote: >trust butt knows 30 horsepower!!! The butt-dyno can be a fine tool for back to back comparos, but it's sometimes difficult to determine if you've gained 20 or 30hp. >Abbot racing campains a 900T and a 9000T in production class racing in the > UK......... they are a reputable company and SAAB has sold Abbot tuned cars in > their UK dealers, the modificaition would be to change the Trionic ECM that > controls fuel, ignition and turbo boost. .I have access to SAABS all day and I > can safely say I would know the difference......please don't confuse them with > all that aftermarket junk sold for japanese cars Thanks for the reply. I have seen too much aftermarket performance junk out there. When I spend my hard-earned money on a part, I want results, not hyped up manufacturers claims. It sounds like this Trionic ECM upgrade is possibly a worthwhile mod. Also, are there any SAAB performance mailing lists available? -------------------------------------------------- Wayne Edelen - 1996 Formula M6 - Purple / Graphite Airfoil, Borla, Cold Air, Eibachs, GM/Motive 4.10s HPP+/160', Hurst, MAC 3pt STB, PFCM, SFC, yadda... Best 1/4: 13.365nopsam71 (1.923 60')

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