11th May 2002, 08:12 PM
Whats the best SAE (sport auto exhaust) that i can get that is of a decent price?
SPG9's 600$ kit is too pricy and i want a full system.
Ive seen the page that compares all performance saab sites but i want to hear from people who have bought them themselves.
Is the SAS exhaust good?
16th May 2002, 12:15 PM
The original exhaust is good for 200+ hp, so if you are lookin for extra sound, get a SAE, but for extra power it shouldn't make that big difference compared to stock.
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16th May 2002, 04:33 PM
If you want to have a full system - downpipe included, that is - 600$ isn't exactly expensive. JT system costs about 500$ in Sweden, and that's a 3" system with an improved down pipe.
But, like Tom said, exhaust alone isn't going to improve power greatly. However, a free-fow system does give you extra flow capacity to cope with other performance modifications.
19th May 2002, 04:04 PM
Is it possible to buy an exhaust that attaches to the stock pipe and have a downpipe custom made?
I understand that 500$ may be "cheap" but im simply a highschool kid that doesnt have that much to spend.
Besides my stock one is shot and needs to be replaced anyway.
3rd June 2002, 07:12 PM
powerflow are good here in uk-custom made exhausts on pipe bender-dunno about where u are
4th June 2002, 07:57 PM
hey i have gone with a stock or OEM piping and a borla muffler it sounds nice and its wasn't very expensive i am a high school kid too or well was as of 6/5/02 (graduated) it has a deep rumble around 2.75k rpm and 3.75k rpm and the muffler was $150.00 us at my local napa store. the new cat helps everything breathe much easier.
8th July 2002, 08:38 PM
Will a free flowing exhaust system help with horsepower on a lightly modified 2.3 non-turbo??
8th July 2002, 08:56 PM
It actualy might decrease hp due the larger pipe diameter.
With a turbo it can keep the back pressure up, but on a na car it needs the diameter it has to keep pressure up.
3rd August 2002, 10:33 AM
There is a shop in Kentucky call SAAB Savior (www.saabsavior.com); they have a rather eclectic assortment of SAAB accessories, and offer a complete 900t exhaust system (downpipe to tailpipe) in stainless steel for around USD$600.