Saab 9-3 Aero insane exhaust sound
MY2000 Saab 9-3 Aero. Mods: Wössner Forged Pistons, Mitsubishi TD04HL-19T turbo, Abbott Racing 3" Downpipe with 200cpi Racecat, Exhaust with only rear Muffler, FORGE Intercooler, FORGE BOV, BSR Optiflow Air Filter with Heatshield, Taliaferro Intake Pipe, 3,5bar Fuel Pressure Regulator and a pretty Custom Tune.
Boost Pressure max. 1,45bar
HP: not yet enough
next step: 2,3L conversion, polished cylinder head
Installing BSR PPC Stage 1 to a 2006 SAAB 93 2.0T 210hp Auto
This just arrived today we had already tuned it but had not driven it yet because we wanted to remove the speed limiter which is done by selecting the top speed on the website via linking up ur ppc to ur acct, then after that you go and retune the car and the speed limiter lifts. I wanted to show the whole process from out of box to 60mph, its pretty much the best speed Boost your going to find for under $1000, I havent taken it on the freeway yet which is where you really see the change but initially I'm very pleased, and like I mentioned I bought this thru Hahn Racecraft and theyre just so easy to deal with, Ive ordered from genuinesaab and esetuning both are great but Hahn is just more knowledgeable and seem more concerned that you're happy than with just selling you something so I'm old school I appreciate that still, lol this was my 40th birthday present as I enter midlife crisis and find the need for my car to go faster lol. If you need any help or have any questions feel free to ask, I studied this thing for 2 months straight before getting 1, if your looking to put an upgrade on your saab this is what you want this company is in very tight with saab aka koenigsegg and does most of their testing on saabs
Abbott Racing 3" Exhaust on Saab 9-3 Viggen
My attempt at recording what an Abbott Racing 3" Exhaust sounds like on a 1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen. You hear the car start up, then the video switches to a bumper mounted angle for some real road audio.
It is the full 3" system from the turbo back.
Poor tools make for a fairly mediocre recording job unfortunately. Shot using a Sony Cyber-Shot digital camera combined with an Apple iPhone with suction mount attached to the bumper..... doesn't really make for a good quality audio recording. The iPhone just cannot handle the brutality :-)
Enjoy... the best I can do for now.