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06-17-2014 05:56 AM
g96nt There was a catalog kit for bumping HP in lpt's. This is probably it.
If it were me, I wouldn't do anything with the ECU until you got rid of the Gt17.
Once you do that, you can do whatever the Aero guys are doing.
06-16-2014 07:32 AM
9Kwrecker UPDATE: I bought this car (officially) today. It was truly amazing how much easier it was to sell my Mazda compared to any Saab I've ever tried to get rid of.
06-14-2014 05:42 PM
Jameson
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Originally Posted by 9Kwrecker View Post
Whatever year SOC was in Detroit, that's where the guy I know got them from.
Yep, SOC '07. They sold like hot cakes, I bought one so I would have a spare ECU to put a Nordic tune on.
06-14-2014 04:11 PM
mike d nice find with the kit, if nothing else it is a spare ECU!

however alll that being said, aftermarket software would still yeild a pretty big gain compared to OEM upgrades. either way you will notice the extra 30hp
06-14-2014 11:15 AM
9Kwrecker Whatever year SOC was in Detroit, that's where the guy I know got them from.
06-13-2014 07:50 PM
Tboy In case it wasn't clear, the kit you have is like a factory stage one tune. I thought official numbers were like 15 hp or 185 output once installed.

The kits were cleared out at an SOC like 08 or 07??!?! I was there, don't remember. People snatched them up though cause they were like 15 bucks and came with a set of plugs and it made a great spare ecu for tuning.
06-13-2014 06:50 AM
9Kwrecker I'd like to see it on the 17" 5 spoke Aeros or the double threes eventually. Anyone have pics of either setup on a 99-01 red wagon?

The stockers are in fantastic shape though, and I washed them last night and they really don't look too bad, so they'll do for now.
06-13-2014 05:53 AM
mike saunders This is a bona-fide score on several fronts.

Look around for some different wheels for that lovely lady, though. Those base-model shoes give me the terminal sads.
06-12-2014 11:20 AM
9Kwrecker It's quite the step up from my current daily, '02 Protege5. Truly a different class of car altogether.

Plus the wheels don't have to come off my bike to fit in the 9-5.
06-12-2014 11:16 AM
Saabeh I've said it before, 9-5's make outstanding daily drivers.
06-12-2014 11:15 AM
9Kwrecker
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Just get a stage one tune lol.
That definitely crossed my mind. But this kit comes included when I buy the car, and my friend will install it for me. And this car will strictly be a daily for me. The car has the wrong number of pedals for me to be too terribly interested in doing much with it.

I must say, though, I'm driving it today as a sort of extended test drive, and I'm real surprised at how nice it is (I always had c900's and 9000's, never a 9-5).
06-12-2014 10:54 AM
Saabeh Just get a stage one tune lol.
06-12-2014 10:50 AM
9Kwrecker
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Its not a bolt in setup, it would have to be programmed with the car's immobilizer code and VIN.
That wouldn't be an issue for me, I'm buying the car from a Saab tech with access to Tech II, etc.

Just waiting on my Mazda to sell now.
06-12-2014 07:32 AM
Saabeh Its not a bolt in setup, it would have to be programmed with the car's immobilizer code and VIN.
06-11-2014 06:23 PM
nowhereman thats sounds pretty cool and the info parts etc look legit. seems to me likes its exactly what Saabeh said.

FPT kit for the lpt
06-11-2014 05:12 PM
9Kwrecker Here's what I found:













Basically, what i found by searching the part number on the box is that it is a kit that brings the car up to 200hp. I also read that they were being sold at a Saab Owner Convention several years back for very cheap. When I told the current owner of the car about it he said a friend gave them to him after picking them up at SOC.

And a gratuitous pic of the car I'll hopefully own soon:

06-11-2014 08:44 AM
9Kwrecker If my bike ride gets rained out after work I'll swing by his house and get some pics.
06-11-2014 08:32 AM
Saabeh A pic of the kit would help. It MIGHT be something like a FPT ECU and colder plugs.
06-11-2014 08:23 AM
9Kwrecker I don't have the part number or anything, I was hoping somebody knew what I was talking about. If not maybe I can go get the part number for the kit.
06-11-2014 08:14 AM
Saabeh Never heard of it. We're going to need more details.
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