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 transmission internals.
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, BIXENON HEADLIGHTS....
All sensors, solenoids etc. has ben changed when the work was done (May 2009)
about 20k euros in work and components ONLY !
Viggen Dark Dyno Full Power
Viggen "Dark" stretches its legs on the Superflow Dyno @ Taliaferros in
Full Power ~400whp
2.3L GT3071.64, T5 cams, JE pistons, Walbro 630cc, Taliaferro Full Exhaust...
Maybe some cam timing next week.
1st dyno pull from my 1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen Stage 3
First pull of my 1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen on the Dyno today... Dyno Dynamics Dyno aka the "heart breaker Dyno". Put down
226whp/270wtq. Not bad for a car with 190k miles!
For comparison, a Chevy s10 with a v8 350 swap put down around 260wtq and a
V6 4th Gen Camaro put
down 120whp. Needless to say, I was pretty happy with my numbers.
Also, I am still running a stock viggen Intercooler and it was in the high 80's
today. The operator also didn't listen to my instructions about rolling
into the throttle to prevent overBoosting (which then lowers the Boost once the computer recognizes it).
From what I've read online, Dyno Dynamics Dyno's often run 12% to 14%
lower than a DynoJet
Dyno. So if those
numbers are accurate, it probably would have been around 255whp/305wtq on a
2009 Saab 9-3 Aero Turbo V6 Convertible Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
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My 350Z Strosek with an enormous amount of money on it.. Everything was
customized and upgraded
Two Germs and a Swade (trailer)
Trollhattansaab.net has made it's first video. Well, sort of. It's a
preview trailer for our first video. 3 cars, 3 guys and not one clue
between them. The cars are an Audi S4, BMW 325 Convertible and Saab 9-3
1994 saab 900 se turbo for sale $4000 Viggen exhaust BOV
this was taken 9-2-2008 to show what his car looks like right now. I am
selling it to the first $4000 firm
Less than a year old stuff
-Viggen Exhaust just put on.
-clear side blinkers
-bought the talledega spoiler new old stock in 2006, Still have the stock
-New upgraded control arms before i bought it,
-new upgraded shifter linkage right after i bought it.
-New turbo last year, as well as oil pan
checked and cleaned. It was fine (no sludge at all)
-Leather shift boot,
-Custom 9-5 leather ebrake cover,
Serpentine belt in january.
-DIC was replaced.
-9-3 color coated mirrors,
-saab original floor mats (best ever made IMHO),
-saab center arms rest,
-replaced the fog lights with clearer ones,
-new rear saab center emblem in june,
-new rear brake rotors i box, (have slotted and different pads that will go
if i get the asking price.
-new pads all around, new stock rear rotors January.
-I had rust on the right left panel and had someone bump it in a parking
lot, so insurance paid for the replacement and painted the left side.
-all door dings were removed and the right side was painted from a shopping
cart incident at lowes.
There are no door dings AT ALL! Paint is shiny (just look at the photos)
Hood, roof, hatch, and left front fender Are slightly faded unless I
constatly keep freadhly waxed. (which i do, my neighbor think i'm crazy)
-Forge bow off valve
Genuine saab intake
Car has been gone over basically restored by me. I always dreamed of having
the 94 900 turbo havning fallen in love
with Saab in 199-93 when i bought my first Saab. Red was always the car to
have for me and when i found one i had to have it. if something wasn't
right, i fixed it.
Car is tight and turbo pulls strong. The
water pump started making a little noise, so i'm replacing that asap. So
the car is basically good for another 100,000 miles with everything i
windows are tinted and I put carbon fiber vinyl on the sides, but those are
just cosmetic no value things in my opinion. The dash and center console
also have the wood grain which is taste-full, but strictly cosmetic too.
Tranny was just flushed and filled with syncromesh Pennsoil. Synthetic was
in previously, but Saab changed it and i would've had to flush with that
stuff which was twice the price.
I religiously change the oil at 3000 miles and always, always run 92+
octane. Radiator was flushed with the idler pulley and will be again with
The dash and Speedo started to flicker and 2 bulbs burnt out, so i
purchased one with 20,000 less miles on it (ebay) and replaced it. lights
up fine now, and while i was fixing that i made sure i replaced the ACC
Whoa I think i said too much. lol
Some negative: The hatch has some rust i started to repair. I stripped the
rust and put rust inhibitor paint and just sprayed factory paint over it.
Stopped the rust from getting worse and looks good from ten feet, but need
Cruise works, but doesn't go off when pushing in clutch. (Bad switch) So
you have to tap the brakes before pushing in the clutch. After I got the
shofterlinkage installed I have to hodld the shifter in reverse to take the
key out. It whas also popped out of gear going in reverse, so I just make
sure i hold it when goiung backwards.
I' sure it is just an adjustment, just never bothered me enough to fix it.
i recently purchased a Viggen, and 9-3 900 turbo, Selling two keeping Viggen and SPG. The 9-3
still needs work before i would sell it to anyone, but before i knew i was
selling, this year I actual put this car in the Carlisle Import show.
(didn't win, but I felt like it's worthy of showing to people with the
quality of work)
I spent hundreds of dollars and time to get this car ready to sell.
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.