9.3 VIGGEN No.: 9/30 2700Km! AbbottRacing ON SALE
My 2000 Saab 9-3 Viggen limited series no.9 of 30
The engine is fully built with forged internals.
ABBOTT RACING: intake pipe, delivery pipe, Dump Valve, Hybrid TD04 turbochargher with ceramic bearings, 3''
stainless steel Exhaust with racecat
(excluding the final silencer), Koni suspensions with specific Abbott
springs, cams,ECU, modified and relocated intake pipe.
ENGINE: Fully built from a 2005 250hp B235R, Wossner forged pistons
(coated), H beam forged rods, special bearing and bushings, balanced and
calibrated pistons-rods-stroker, reinforced headbolts, metallic gaskets,
plasma coated block.
New waterpump, pulley and belt tensioner, upgraded power steering,
reinforced engine/transmission mounts.
Upgraded clutch wit a carboceramic, new flywheel, upgraded and reinforced
The car have a GPS with Traffic Service, GSM/GPRS/WAP, with a Becker Online
Pro, Kef&Kenwood hi.hend speakers.
AEM UEGO AFR LAMBDA READER, turbo gauge,
All sensors, solenoids etc. has ben changed when the work was done (May
about 20k euros in work and components ONLY !
Saab 93 Turbo X quick drive
I fall in love with this car everytime I drive it. For people who hate
Saab, drive one. I'm sure you'll change your mind.
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
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.
Saab 9-3 Viggen
1999 SAAB 9-3 Viggen (2.3 ltr turbo)
with 3" JT cat-back Exhaust and
Saabflight ECU. Power gains achieved without increasing base-Boost above standard.
These third and fourth gear pullaways were recorded on a private facility
(the limited length of which constrained the speeds reached)
0.38 'g' achieved in third gear.
NB. UK spec vehicle so speedometer reads in miles per hour.