Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 17:55:07 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: 2.1 L head for classic 900

in article E%ysg.358127$, Jeremy Brown at jerem43nospamnet wrote on 10/07/2006 21:45: > I've asked this question before, but here it is again: > > Would installing a the head from a classic 1993 2.1L 900t on my 2.0L 86 900t > screw up the APC? Is there any other systems that would need to be tweeked? > I have access to the whole head, intake mainfold, 3.0 bar FPR and fuel rail > from said 93 900t. > > Any thoughts? There's a chap over here done precisely that ... and claiming somewhere in the mid-200s for on an 8V. It's a white car, Aero bodykit, Carlsson exhaust and black vent covers with '900T' in the numberplate, but I can't for the life in me remember his name ... Or which forum he posts on. Anyone know? He's most likely on UKSAABs, but might well also post on SAAB Central. If I find the post, I'll link it here. APC won't have an issue, per se, but off the top of my head (no pun intended), I think compression will be an issue. Definitely take the intake manifold ... It's a little wider internally than the 2.0 one. > By the way for the UK guys- yes Saab did have a 2.1 L engine on the classic > 900. It was availible on the 900 in the US (and Canada) from 91 or 92 until > the classic 900 convertable was discontinued in 94. Aus' got it, too. They made a very nice Aero-styled special edition in 1993. < l> Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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