Date: Tue, 04 Oct 2005 08:09:29 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: SAAB Bi-Power

in article, Tex at wrote on 03/10/2005 20:34: > "Paul Halliday" <> wrote in message > >> At fckn last ... SAAB have come up with something that makes a modern car >> worth buying. I must say, my allegiances started to slip towards Volvo >> over >> this matter, but SAAB have finally "got it". > > This info has been floating around for a few months now. One question I > have, is if the engine can operate equally well with varying blends and with > ethanol outperforms its gasoline powered brother, why not just include it by > default in all Saabs? Or is this the ultimate goal? The article was from April, but was part of a wider article about fuel that I was reading. As a first step, I would think so. I know of a few people who regularly use smaller concentrations, say up to 20%, ethanol as an octane enhancer for track days. It seems to be good on the late 9000s onwards ... Were they Trionic-5, or Trionic-3 throughout the production? It works. If SAAB is to move away from petrol (and/or diesel) as the primary fuel source then this is a good first step. I suppose it depends what kind of hand-in-glove relationship GM has with the oil companies. Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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