Date: Wed, 08 Mar 2006 07:20:53 -0500
From: KeithG <noonenospamay.com>
Subject: Re: engine swap 9000


The wiring will be a nightmare to get right, even if it were a 'good idea'.92 is LH controlled and the 95 is motronic (i think). fix the 2.0LPT and treat it to a HPT upgrade. it'll run circles around that boat anchor. An HPT upgrade would be as simple as adding an APC system from a C900 HPT that you extracted from a salvage yard. Where is the oil leak? I have never had trouble sealing up saab 4 cyl motors. right now I have an oil leak that I caused when I replaced the rear main seal, but that is a longer story. Otherwise it is leak free. KeithG mikenem wrote: > hello there, > just after some help ive got a 95 saab griffin 9000 3.0i v6. I want to put > the engine in my 92 saab 9000 2 ltr lpt turbo, has anyone tried this. Is > the gear box the same as they are both autos, i presume i will also have > to change the engine management board (or may be not). The v6 has traction > controll and aircon, would it be possible to fit the air con mech and > re-gas system and not fit the tcs system if i dont fit the engine > management system it wont read it. Possibly also fit the exhaust down pipe > not sure if full system as the 2ltr has a specail made stainless cat back > system. What about thermstat readings and wiring or is the wires all > standard factory fitting ready to fit all models anything else to consider > could i get rid of the cat system or are the gas readings too high, please > help maybe some spares for sale soon > thanks, > mike. >

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