Date: Thu, 28 Dec 2006 17:51:19 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Million Mile Saab 900 SPG

in article, Nasty Bob at wrote on 28/12/2006 09:26: > > Paul Halliday wrote: >> My C900 T8 is going to need some fettling with :) > > Paul, if you're going to go off topic like this and start talking about > old Saabs, I suggest you find a more appropriate forum :-) I might > suggest Saabcentral, but they seem to be having problems at the moment?? Not a problem to me - I quite happily gurgle away on UK SAABs, 900 Aero, SAAB Central and a number of other national/own language forums :) Hey, talking of the 'Million Mile SAAB' (er-hum) ... I read that the gearbox was re-built after 200,000 miles, but was then good for the remainder of the million miles. What do we do in the first 200,000 (or 100,000 if you're me!) that we do not do thereafter? For me, it was "upping" the boost to Type M specifications and dragging Evos, Scoobies and bikes off the line ... Bad idea :o Or, are we saying that the gearbox is inherently poor and that a good re-build will last for the remainder of the car's life? Inquiring minds need to know ... Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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