Date: Wed, 03 Nov 1999 15:22:21 -0600 From: Mark Plumlee <turbospgnopsamsouth.net> Subject: Re: Adding a turbo to non-turbo 900S
it was a next generation 900, and over here, the S is like a turbo in package, but no turbo. MArk RCS wrote: > Hey slow! > You are talking about a SAAB 900 S? MY 1992-94? > If we´re talking about the same thing, the 900S does have a turbo! > A low pressure turbo (LPT). The only missing thing is the inter- > cooler and the APC system - not really but almost... > There are 900S to 900turbo upgrade packages available, not form > Saab but i think it was Abott racing... > > greetings, RCS > 1993 900t conv. > > Mattrazzo wrote: > > > In article <381F7DD9.7709F9ACnopsamsouth.net>, > > turbospgnopsamsouth.net wrote: > > > what are you looking to spend to pay off the '95 900 and on total > > mods to > > > car BTW?????????? > > > > > > Mark > > > > Nothing to pay off, I own the car. I would think about $4-5k in total > > mods. I don't want to spend a whole bunch, just enough to breath a > > little life into this baby. > > > > If I spent any more, I might as well get a new car. I wouldn't be > > interested in buying a used turbo version. I'm rather anal and I have > > always bought all my cars new, because then I know how they've been > > treated and serviced. I don't have to worry about getting stuck with a > > car that some idiot didn't bother to change but every 20,000 miles > > (I've known people to do that - not personal freinds, but...) > > > > I don't have a problem dropping $35k on a new 9-3, but if I can get the > > same feel for $5k, all the better right? :-) > > > > -- > > Dan Mattrazzo > > ------------------------ > > > > Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ > > Before you buy.