Date: Sat, 03 Feb 2007 21:35:34 GMT
From: Paul Halliday <>
Subject: Re: Saab 9000 turbo APC and engine

in article jS1xh.215630$Yu6.147944nospamfe16.lga, Mauricio Tavares at ucenospamgov wrote on 03/02/2007 15:28: > Two questions based on a late 80s Saab 9000 turbo I saw yesterday in a > junkyard: > > 1) Where is the APC computer? I looked under the dash and in the rain > tray, but only found its ECU and ABS computer. I was told it could be > under driver's seat, but how to take it off as it has no power? I'm pretty sure APC was integrated into the ECU. There was a model in 1988 called the CD which had the DI ECU and APC as separate boxes. I think that was the only year/model though. Can someone else confirm? > 2) Would its engine fit a Saab 900 16v car? Would it be any improvement > in doing that? The head will fit into a C900. There's no benefit, really, unless it's the 2.3 head. Quite a common swap and with the right injectors, good for approaching 300 BHP. The direct ignition setup is also good to graft onto an C900. Take a look at these walkthroughs: <> <> Paul 1989 900 Turbo S

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