Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2000 00:38:14 GMT
From: "Lars" <dnopsamt>
Subject: Re: Saab 95 2.0ltr, experience

Joakim: The 2.0 liter on the 9-5 is way too weak, but is easily tuned to higher specifications. I have noticed that you live in Sweden, and there you have one of the best saab-tuners in the world. His name is Rolf Uhr and the company's name is Nordic AB, and is located in Norrkoping. I believe the 2.0 liter can be tuned to around 230 HP, which is a slight lift from the wimpy original 150. I am not sure about the 2.3 liter 9-5, but I know it is around 270-280 HP. The Aero gets 290 or 295 and is faster than hell, and fun to drive. In addition to the tuning of the engine (computer), the tuning includes a new stainless steel high performance exhaust by Ferrita. There are also optional upgrades like the suspension, which is superb, and makes the car handle great. By the way: The car is fully warranteed after the tuning. Anyway, since you are so lucky to live in Sweden, I would check it out if I was you. Their homepage address is and there is a swedish address to, but I don't remember it I think, but you can try Good luck, Lars Joakim Ílund wrote in message <8jys4.7527$>... >Is there anyone out there who shares my opinion that the 2.0ltr engine is >way too weak for a big car like the 95. The 2.3 ltr engine gives a much >smoother ride as it has more torque in low rpms. > >As a have one 2.3ltr Saab 95 ordered - should be delivered in april I would >be most thankfull for what ever advice there may be about the car. > >Joakim > >

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