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Old 12-15-2016, 02:37 PM   #21
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Nice to see a 9k project moving along

I wouldn't say it's moving along, hahah. Slowly but surely

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Hope you swap over the 19t and all the other goodies
You know it's going on over. Who put the 19t on it? Curious to see how it stacks up to the white Aero.

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Great work! This will be super nice when you get it done!
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That looks like a lot of work! Good luck with your build.
Thanks guys!! Yeah, it's a lot of work. Definitely will be worth it in the end though. Labor of love.
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Worked at a porsche shop, that Aero pulled ass with the 19t and the custom tune
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Did some prepping for the motor swap today. Ready to transplant everything in the morning.




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I have the wiring harness from the 94 "in" the gray 9000. Not in any installed fashion.

I also have the Mark II brake booster from the 94 installed in the 92 now. My original plan was to salvage all matching brake lines from the 94, but they are all rusted and I had to damage alot of the fittings to get them loose.

At this point, I'd rather run all new lines.

Does anyone have any suggestions for material, cost, etc?

If anyone knows the specs of the fittings, that'd be helpful also.
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Got the B234R and matching transmission over into the 92 today.





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The TD04 is going to need a rebuild, which kind of surprises me.

Only things left to pull from the green aero are the intercooler, sunroof, and Maptun lowering springs

Still would love some technical info on the brake lines if anyone has any.
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Probably better to leave the 92's brake lines in place and fabricate an adapter to the newer non-TCS brake pump. On TCS 9000s, the pump has 4 outlets, because each brake is individually controlled from the pump. On non-TCS 9000s, the pump has only 3 outlets, because the rear brakes share a line from the pump and split somewhere further back.

I dont have any specs I'm afraid. Jordan Pagano at eEuro fabricated an adapter and the non-TCS brake system works flawlessly. Not sure what else will have to be swapped to make this work...might have to use a 1993 ABS ECU to be compatible with the rest of your 1992 engine management system...someone else should confirm this though. I mention this because, when installing a TCS defeat switch on a 1992 9000 you need an ABS ecu from either a 1993 9000 CSE Turbo or a 1993 9000 Aero.

Of course if you're performing a T5 swap/TCS delete at the same time, you probably wont have to worry about compatibility. Again, there are far more knowledgeable people on this subject; maybe they will chime in here.
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Probably better to leave the 92's brake lines in place and fabricate an adapter to the newer non-TCS brake pump. On TCS 9000s, the pump has 4 outlets, because each brake is individually controlled from the pump. On non-TCS 9000s, the pump has only 3 outlets, because the rear brakes share a line from the pump and split somewhere further back.

I dont have any specs I'm afraid. Jordan Pagano at eEuro fabricated an adapter and the non-TCS brake system works flawlessly. Not sure what else will have to be swapped to make this work...might have to use a 1993 ABS ECU to be compatible with the rest of your 1992 engine management system...someone else should confirm this though. I mention this because, when installing a TCS defeat switch on a 1992 9000 you need an ABS ecu from either a 1993 9000 CSE Turbo or a 1993 9000 Aero.

Of course if you're performing a T5 swap/TCS delete at the same time, you probably wont have to worry about compatibility. Again, there are far more knowledgeable people on this subject; maybe they will chime in here.
I like this idea.

This is a 92, and it definitely had TCS. But I only have one brake line running to the back that splits. if it had 4, that'd be ideal, because that's how the Mark II booster is set up.

ABS was non - functional on the donor car, so that's a whole other issue Ill have to address. I'm pretty certain that the brake wiring and computer is all separate from the main ECU and harness. so, ill keep the 94 Aero ABS and figure out what was causing the malfunction.
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A buddy and I did a rebuild on the 19t. It has a billet compressor wheel!







I had the lines for the turbo and wastegate sandblasted. I'm going to have them powdercoated when I decide on a color.



I had the green car junked -- sad day. Pretty much got every usable bit possible. It's riding on lumber springs in the rear.



I got the Maptun lowering springs swapped in the front. I did not do the rears yet. It already rides pretty low in the rear. Gave her a much needed bath.





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Looking good. This is one of the most interesting builds going on the saab forums right now. Keep the updates coming.
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Looking good. This is one of the most interesting builds going on the saab forums right now. Keep the updates coming.
Thanks !!! I've slowed down since I dumped the green aero and started school back.

Ill do my best to get back at it this weekend.
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