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Old 03-01-2005, 03:41 AM   #1
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Have some one this on the car

http://www.genuinesaab.com/catalog/p...92e6b8a3dca95e


Have some one this on his car ??

Whant to know more about it


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Old 03-01-2005, 04:14 AM   #2
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I have it on my car, tightend things up good.

I only suggest you install the front and middle sections first.

Mark the spot of the rear mounts

Then drill.
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I have it on my car, tightend things up good.

I only suggest you install the front and middle sections first.

Mark the spot of the rear mounts

Then drill.

Do it works nice ?

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Very, Very nice car by thye way. I have heard a lot of really good things about the six point brace. Most of the people that have posted things about it says its one of the better mods they have done especially vert owners. If you search around Im sure you will find some good info from people that know first hand.
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Yep, I have a 24mm front sway bar, and poly bushings, and it still made an improvement.
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Tweek,

I'm thinking about doing poly bushings in the front too - where did you get yours?

I was going to to all the bushings because I'm getting a BAD high-speed vibration when under load and I don't think it's the tranny.

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Very, Very nice car by thye way. I have heard a lot of really good things about the six point brace. Most of the people that have posted things about it says its one of the better mods they have done especially vert owners. If you search around Im sure you will find some good info from people that know first hand.

Okey... i will install than one and a Shortshifter next week

and a flat screen inside the roof 10,4

and it will be stripe later

Tanks for the nice words

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Q, I got all my bushings from Nick at Genuine. It was before he upgraded his from powerflex to I think his own brand.
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I have the brace on my 2002 9-3 SE Convertible. I also have all poly bushings , KIC Steering Brace, bigger rear sway bar and strut tower brace Nick sells. The six point brace is one of the best mods I have done. It really firms things up and makes for a more controlled and comfortable drive, especially on a not so good road.
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Have you guys seen the skidplate on www.saabsavior.com - he says it will provide stiffness as well as coverage.

Don't know if it's preferable to the 6-pt, though
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