1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen - Abbott Racing Exhaust - 3" Turbo-back

1999 Saab 9-3 Viggen with Abbott Racing Exhaust 3" turbo-back. Revving up.

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Saab came with a turbocharged 2.3 L engine, (B235R) giving 225 bhp (168 kW; 228 PS) on 20 psi (1.4 bar) of Boost from its Mitsubishi TD04-HL15-5 turbocharger. Acceleration from 0--62 mph could be reached in 5.9 seconds and the top speed is electronically limited to 155 mph (249 km/h).To handle the high power and performance the following elements were changed/modified: Heavy duty clutch and pressure plate Stiffened and lowered springs Firmer dampers Stronger CV joints and driveshafts To enable the front tires to cope with the amount of torque available, the maximum torque was electronically limited. In 1999, the Viggen was the first 9-3 to use Saab's Trionic 7 engine management system, which processes 2 million calculations every second analysing combustion temperature, Boost control, variable torque curves and many other critical engine processes. In addition to extra power and torque, it also featured a special rear wing (increasing the downforce by 50%) requiring relocation of the radio antenna, aerodynamically designed bumpers and side skirts reducing the drag coefficient by 8%, specially bolstered and colored leather seats (available in four colors: black with black inserts (charcoal), black with blue inserts (deep blue), black with orange inserts (flame ochre), and tan with tan inserts), sportier suspension, bigger wheels, upgraded brakes, and other upgraded parts. The Viggen was only available with a five-speed manual transmission, CD player, power moonroof, and (what were initially) Viggen-specific motorised and heated leather seats with the Viggen delta logo embossed in the backrest; these were later also available in the Aero model (U.S. market 'SE' model) without the embossed Viggen logo. Some colors featured carbon-fibre interior trim from its introduction to the middle of the 2001 model year, when Saab substituted a less expensive printed gray pattern for the dash and standard trim for everything else.