Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 21:43:55 GMT From: "Sean Pollitt" <Sean.Pollittnopsamos.com> Subject: Re: What define's an SPG???
In 1986 there was no difference in the car other than the shade of gray, side moldings and front and rear skirts, and the 3 spoke rims. They also had a front sway bar that was optional in the regular turbos of that year. In later years (90?-91) the cars got a "hotter" box (175hp vs160hp) , fender flares and lowered and stiffened suspension. They also got smaller turbo's that spun up a bit faster. IMHO they are really the best looking Saabs but the 9000 Aero's are far superior. Sean 93 9000 Aero 150K 86 900 SPG 154K 72 Sonett 34K Redaeronopsamail.com BMRider <bmridernopsamail.com> wrote in message news:38203880_3nopsam1.prserv.net... > Yes. > > The 'brain' is different, allowing increased boost(horsepower); the > suspension is lowered by appx. 1/2 inch; the wheels are different style and > width; and of course, the bodywork. > > fred > > dk <fronopsamrlog.com> wrote in message > news:izPR3.288$Ul.7653nopsam.rdr.news.psi.ca... > > I'm looking at a Saab 900 Turbo from 1986. it has the SPG bodywork. Is > > there nything else that makes an SPG a SPG? > > > > -- > >