Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 06:15:18 GMT
From: Mathias <_nopsamm>
Subject: Re: Increasing Light Pressure Turbo Output


What you need to do to get your LPT up to speed is to: 1. 200hp Trionic box 2. add an apc-valve and its three hooses (the LPT models do not have the apc system) 3. if your car has the imobilizer function, you will need to go to saab to reset the box or something to get this stuff up and running again. You can find this stuff at saab or for example www.tuningchip.com (these guys are good!). And hopefully this info is correct not only for the swedish/european market.... /M Tuomo wrote: > Older car as mine 9000 Turbo you should also readjust turbo's "pressure > valve" to higher pressure. I don't know what is the situation of new cars as > yours. Normal 9000 Turbo has 175 hp and Aero 225 hp. On web was one Swedish > page which illustrates these modifications in detail (changes from normal to > Aero's power). I am sorry, I could not found it. Below is link, which > contains some information about trimchips. Check "Tuning Chip" and > "TrimmSidan". > http://hem.passagen.se/kraco/ > > >I have a 1997 9000 CS, which has a light pressure turbo. Is it true that > >changing the computer chip that controls the turbo output to the same chip > >as the CSE would boost my cars performance to the CSE's?

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