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Old 12-19-2017, 07:40 PM   #1
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04 9-5 engine into 01 aero ?????

Have an aero with a blown rod..... im assuming the block is toast along with crank etc. I just found a 04 2.3t arc wagon out of a wrecked 04 151kmiles. QUESTION IS would i be able to use block/bottom end ???????

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plug and play. You'll want to use the 04 throttlebody
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The PCV setup is slightly different on the '04+ blocks too, so if it's coming out of a car get it with everything complete, including all the PCV hoses, and the hose running above the cam cover with the check valve. You'll notice that the snap fitting for the PCV hose going into the top corner of the cam cover is different when you look at it.
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There's also 2 different style ports (at least 2) for the intake manifold pressure sensors, that might be 01 and up or 02, it's right around then. Swapping the entire manifold fixes that, no problems. I guess generally if you see something different swap it from your old one
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I don't know if I ever realized that, I don't think I ever had to replace a single MAP sensor on a T7 car! I love learning new things.
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So the yard never called me back on the 04 engine..... now i cannot find one... I remeber reading back in the day i may be able to use a older b234r bottom end with my 01 aero head.... ???? I am looking to run stage 3 possible a little higher with a 19t.
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There is a guy on SaabCentral selling parts from an 07 that has a bad fuel pump. Not sure location but worth checking. Engines for these cars are not hard to find.
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So the yard never called me back on the 04 engine..... now i cannot find one... I remeber reading back in the day i may be able to use a older b234r bottom end with my 01 aero head.... ???? I am looking to run stage 3 possible a little higher with a 19t.
Where are you. Bill Jacobsen has quite a few in DE at sports car service.

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Yes you can use a 234 bottom with your head. Quite a cew thngs to change up. I did write up here:

SaabCentral Forums - View Single Post - Making a Hybrid 234/235 engine

Just never posted all the part numbers for replacements
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Awesome WRITE up. I would love to be low 400s.... i drive respectable and wouldnt launch it. I wonder how the 234 bottom end would handle a tune... considering if the compression changes much??? I have a block with a piston threw the side.. so i have to buy block and rods etc..
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