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Saab 9000 Aero GT3076R Dyno Run.m4v

Car made 416 bhp and 403 lb/ft torque @ 1.5 bar, should have been 1.8 bar but this was down to a split Intercooler hose and the base Boost needs to be raised a fair bit! Loads more to come here....Very happy so far, totally different driving experience to the GT28RS. Fair bit slower lower down, but goes ballistic above 4k!!


 


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Saab 9000 aero 1 mile 272km/h 1.9.2012 lappeeranta
272km/h @ 1609m RE85 Aeromotive A1000 EV-14 1700cc Holset HX-40super #14 3.5" downpipe





The sleeper Saab 9000 axle change and quick drive boost pull.
Another dirty job but on my own 20 psi Boost sleeper.





Saab 9000
Bilder och videos om min Saab 9000





Saab 9000 Aero Gnarly Burnout + Boobies
Burning the tires on a 93 9000 aero.......stock second gear 200,000+miles





Abbott Racing
Abbott Racing GT28 turbo Kit Dyno Endurance Testing





Saab 9000 Aero Turbo with 3" full Stainless Abbott Racing Exhaust - newly tuned
Just got Betty back from having her serviced and tuned at Swedish Prestige. Love the sound of the 3" Stainless Abbott Racing Exhaust, had to take her to the ranges for a bit of a fang to test her out





Testdrive Saab 9000 aero 450hk
Saab 9000 aero on a sunday trip





SAAB 9000 Aero and 900(Tuning)
SAAB 9000 Aero und Saab 900 turbo 16S auf dem Leistungsprüfstand





MapTun 470hp Saab 9000
SaabsUnited.com





~ 700hp Turbo Saab, 312kmh (194mph)
Extreme turbo Saab + 300 kmh Many viewers have misunderstood this video, so I explain it a little: -Speed at finish line (1mile/1609m) is measured. Time is not measured. -First Saab does 1st and 2nd gear with ~half throttle. Second Saab has limited Boost for 1st and 2nd gear. - three extra seconds between 0-100kmh typically means ~30meters wasted. But three extra seconds used in speeds close to 300kmh, means almost 300meters wasted. Here is equally powerful RWD cars (if not even more HP's) These RWD's are a lot faster between 0-150kmh, but these Saabs are faster from 150kmh-300kmh. You get the point when you compare speeds at finish line. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urWWdomnncw -A Saab 9-5 driver pushes a little too much throttle @3rd gear and looses traction. He lifts a throttle and pushes it back, but too much again and then he gears up 4th, a bit earlier than planned. (optimal is@205kmh). Earlier that summer I broke one gearbox when pushing too hard on 3rd gear. With new gearbox and at later event, I drove very gently on first three gears to avoid breaking it again. I pushed WOT for the first time on 4th gear @ 190kmh. You can hear it clearly on following video. Engine tone changes totally around 200kmh. Incar video is from 299kmh pull (at 1 mile race) Something happened to camera during the run. So I didn't get any incar video from a 305kmh pull. To see that run from the start line, please see my other videos. Here is incar video until camera dies. Start is @1min. http://youtu.be/M4NNX4Ygnwc





P-A's 9-3 TXR engine in dyno. (1032hk)
4 Cylinders, 2.35 liters, 3.7 bars of Boost.





ᴴᴰ [1993] SAAB 9000 Aero » Tipo Quattro | sport hatchback
Visit us at: http://www.fantasycars.com/sedans/ ________________________________________­_____________ Year: 1993-1997 Make: SAAB 9000 Aero Engine: I4 2.3l 16V turbo DOHC FWD Power: 225 bhp Performance: 0-100 km/h 6.7s top speed: 240 km/h ________________________________________­_____________





saab 9000 strikes back
my new madness... make a full swap of a '96 9000 aero into a '90 9000 airflow. starting the engine once of the very first times.





1996 Saab 9000 Aero 0-60 time.
Stock 1996 Saab 9000 Aero. 0-60 in about 6.6 sec. definitely not my best run... lots of wheel spin into second. More to come! Check out the ODO





Saab 9000 Turbo - Documentary
The Saab 9000 is a large executive car that was produced by the Swedish company Saab from 1984 to 1997. Representing the company's foray into the executive car scene, the 9000 remained in production until it was replaced by the Saab 9-5 in late 1997. Saab designed the 9000 as part of the Type Four platform in conjunction with the Italian automaker Fiat Automobiles. Fiat retailed similar derivative versions as the more basic Fiat Croma, the luxury-themed Lancia Thema, and the sports-oriented Alfa Romeo 164. Unlike the 164, which shares only the chassis, the Croma and Thema are outwardly similar to the 9000. As such, much of the bodywork appeared interchangeable between the 9000, Croma and Thema; for example, the doors. However, because Saab fitted heavier side impact protection they will not fit.[citation needed] Only seven different parts are actually interchangeable.[2] The 9000's body was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and Saab designer Björn Envall. Despite being shorter overall than the 900, the 9000 had a longer wheelbase and greater interior space, and was the first Saab vehicle imported to the United States to be classed as a "large car" by the EPA.





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1994 Saab 9000 CD 2.3T: 10.583 @ 127.000
John Andersson, Turbos: Holset HX40 Tires: MT ET DRAG 26x10 15


1985 Saab 9000 Turbo: 11.590 @ 129.000
Mats Gustafsson, Engine: 2.0, Turbos: Schwitser S200 Tires: MT ET Street 26x10,5-15


1987 Saab 9000 turbo: 12.100 @ 115.080
Jn Gunnar Kristinsson, Engine: B202L, Turbos: Garrett T3/T4 E50, .63 stage 3 ex. Tires: ET drag 26*8,5/15


1987 Saab 9000 Turbo: 13.370 @ 106.960
Andrey Sokolov, Engine: Stock 2ltr, Turbos: STOCK T3 Tires: Stock


1996 Saab 9000 Aero: 13.520 @ 105.000
Ronny Olofsson, Engine: B234 (Stock), Turbos: TD04 -15t #6 (stock) Tires: Kuhmo V700 soft


1997 Saab 9000 Aero: 13.817 @ 106.430
Trevor Lambert, Engine: B234 (stock), Turbos: Mitsu TD04 (stock) Tires: BFG T/A Drag Radial


1993 Saab 9000 2,3T: 13.930 @ 108.000
Andreas Plars, Engine: B234L, Supercharger: -- Turbos: Singel TD04 hl 15t (9000 AERO) Tires: Dunloop SP sport 9000.


1995 Saab 9000 Aero: 14.810 @ 98.710
john k, Engine: 2.3 turbo, Supercharger: - Turbos: stock td04 Tires: 205-55-ZR16 yokohama avs


 


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