Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 23:22:37 +0200
From: RCS <e9225126nopsam1.tuwien.ac.at>
Subject: Re: new owner 88 900T convertible (APC)


Ok, thanx to all, I checked my gas pedal and the wire that opens the throttle was adjusted to long, now the APC needle scratches the yellow/red border - and stays there when you press the pedal to the floor... lot more power above 4000 rpm! RCS 1993 900 t conv. > Always the full way, until 6000 rpm? Really? > RCS > > Lars > > > No, your turbo gauge should go all the way up to, but not into the red:) > > > > DamonP228 wrote in message <19991008094951.10946.00000448nopsamr1.aol.com>... > > >I think others in this group will recommend this too but it is not good to > > run > > >these Saabs without those cooling fans. Very bad things can happen to the > > >engine that will be very costly (cylinger head gasket for one) if they > > >overheat. Being that you are handy it would be wise to get a Bentley > > manual > > >for help in repairing your Saab. They have a web site at www.rb.com, I > > think > > >it runs for about 45-50 bucks. The first repair that you make and the book > > is > > >paid for. I dont know what I would do without it. As for the interior of > > your > > >Saab their are alot of web sites that sell used seats and carpet for these > > >babies. The first place to check is WWW.Saabnet.com, they will also have > > links > > >to other sites that see goodies new or used. I hope this helps a little. > > > > > >Damon

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