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03-08-2005 03:29 PM
a12 Yeah the torque steer is pretty insane.My boost reaches max pressure of 1.6 bar (23,5 psi).
03-08-2005 01:56 PM
benfica09 sounds impressive.

if its anything like my good friends Audi A4 w/GT28RS, i know how much fun it must be! good stuff.

great to see Saab guys trying new things.
01-31-2005 03:12 PM
a12 I would not have bought them unless I needed to -they were a necessity in order to work with the sqr ecu.If you look at theirstage packages,the higher ones (4 or 5 I think) call for volvo green injectors.Yeah,that price knida pissed me off a little bit.
Hopefully I'll get some pics on here soon.
01-31-2005 12:01 PM
mike saunders Damn. That's a bit of change....

Nice turbo, tho!
01-31-2005 12:00 PM
stevehayes01 I would look at Accell or one of the other companies for some cheaper alternatives to that.
01-31-2005 11:37 AM
Blaque
Quote:
Originally Posted by a12
I got the injectors brand new from group9performance$400 for a set.
For only 4?
01-31-2005 11:34 AM
a12 I got the injectors brand new from group9performance$400 for a set.
01-30-2005 02:57 PM
Tweek's Turbos Whats your source for those injectors. I asked our local junkyard, and they have a 3 person long waiting list.
01-29-2005 02:04 PM
a12 Yeah-I left a rag in my intercooler-pretty dumb,huh?Ricot83,you are funny as hell-I will try to make it this wed.Maybe I will leave work early.I have some pictures I will post soon and I will see what I can do about video.
01-29-2005 01:00 PM
ricot83 slaaby i dont thinkn his problem has anything to do with yours..... he had a rag stuck in the intercooler pipe.

your problem to me sounds like your car is stuck in limp mode...
01-29-2005 11:45 AM
Slaaby Seconds Can I ask what the problem was gettin it goin'? I am having difficulty achieving boost on my Maptun Stage 3. Check my earlier thread today.
01-29-2005 07:17 AM
DC_SAAB wow...sounds awsome.

wonder if the regulator needs to be replaced with a bigger one to avoid the fuel cut..

but like everyone else ...love to see some pics and videos..
01-28-2005 11:53 PM
stevehayes01 I agree with Ced on this one!! We need video of this!
01-28-2005 11:03 PM
Blaque Somebody take pics, or a video clip. I'd love to see this.
01-28-2005 10:06 PM
ricot83 i dont care to hear about your car dude... i want to hear your car in PERSON,,,,, u need to come this wednsday to krispy kreme
01-28-2005 06:43 PM
a12 I live in Manchester,CT,next to hartford.
01-28-2005 06:07 PM
JStoops hey where in connecticut are you? im in the lower left part in Norwalk connecticut part of fairfield county
01-28-2005 04:52 PM
a12 They are for using a v-band clamp setup-check out www.atpturbo.com website.
01-28-2005 04:50 PM
turbokick whats a v-band adapter?
01-28-2005 04:36 PM
a12 I wish I could answer that question-it's really hard to look at the greddy boost gauge when I'm driving on sandy,icy roads here in CT with buckets of torque steer and wheel spin!
I will try to determine that if I can but the spool up is very quick.At first it is not very quick,but I'm guessing maybe when it hits about 4000 rpm,it pretty much shoots up to 7000.It's very fast.
I hit fuel cut once ERP,do you know why that is?It was at like 22-23 psi.Maybe I have to adjust my wastegate actuator a little bit?Thanks.
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