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Re: NA Intake for Saab 9000
Posted by Rich (more from Rich) on Thu, 27 Aug 2015 05:40:06
In Reply to: NA Intake for Saab 9000, thetallguy [Profile/Gallery]
, Tue, 25 Aug 2015 03:05:03
I bought this car from Kevin some years ago and still own it.
I haven't driven it much leave it for a treat.
This set up gives me 382 Ft lbs at the wheel , but it does rob the top end of HP which is the offset along with the added torque down low on the tranny. I have changed the tranny once in 5000 miles and it was still in one piece when I took it out but feeling tired. One thing that really helps is a LSD , do not do this unless you have one of these , it will be useless and I think the tranny tends to like the LSD as it evens out the power. Just don't drag race or shift fast and it should last. Third gear with this setup is a monster
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