|01-27-2005 09:29 AM|
|01-27-2005 09:20 AM|
it is clearly stated in the other post that car this was taken from is a 2001 9-3
though i dont believe it to be a viggen turbo it looks kinda small in comparison
|01-27-2005 08:21 AM|
Yea.. I was retarded.
Thats just the wrong DI casette It is a T7.
|01-27-2005 07:41 AM|
|stevehayes01||I third the T7 verdict too!|
|01-27-2005 07:15 AM|
If this is the case, the red DI cassette is incorrect for the car. Since I can't see the hex bolts that attach the DI to the valve cover, it could be assumed that it is there by mistake. How and why, I really coudn't say.
Conversely, the DI could be correct, and someone swapped out valve covers and changed their intake piping.
I'm not positive, but IMHO, I think it is a T7.
Yup, just saw the other posts. Sorry for repeating anything here that was said there. I so smaht!
|01-26-2005 08:32 PM|
|ricot83||u r gonna want to get the right di cassette for the car or it wont run right...|
|01-26-2005 06:58 PM|
|BurnsSide42||I withdraw my previous question - I saw your initial post - looks like a great idea! I can't wait myself to see this come along and I wish you all best of luck! When you prove sucessful - contact Saab USA and inform them of what you have done - see if you can make yourselves known and work on a production version if all works! That would deffanatly be awesome to see as a optioned engine with Saab - not only safe - but clean!|
|01-26-2005 06:49 PM|
|BurnsSide42||neat - what are your plans?|
|01-26-2005 06:41 PM|
VT HEVT Engine Pictures
So it's a little in the early-going for us. Right now we're looking at getting a whole bunch of parts that were missing when we got our front clip from the junkyard. Actually, we're also looking at getting a few spares just in case something goes wrong. If anyone knows of a good source for lots of Saab parts, we'd appreciate it. Without further ado, here are some photographs of the front clip and engine taken in our Ware Lab at school: