04-12-02, 11:55 PM
2 more quick questions about the 900
1) are there any body kits that i can get that look sporty and be some-what close to the ground, I&#8217;ve been looking on-line but cant really find anything for 94s and up. Any tips??
2) after i get the car, what&#8217;s the best way to get the hp through the roof?? intake, exhaust, boost controller, etc I heard about that Nordic tuner, but not too sure about the price or if its worth it. suggestions, tips.
05-12-02, 02:24 PM
Unfortunately, we don't have too many body kit options in the US. Speedparts and F-Racing won't ship their products over here, and they're the best. The least inexpensive option is to go to the dealer and order the 900 front lip spoiler ($350), which is the same one that came on the 1997 Talladega edition, and a pair of 2000-2001 9-3 SE side skirts (about $250 a pair). There's not much you can do with the back end. The really expensive route is to buy the bumpers and side skirts for a Viggen, but that would run you at least $2000, plus another thousand if you want the spoiler. Check out ERP's web site for modifications. I've done a lot of them, and I can tell you they work very well. I'm assuming you have a turbo. If not, then go to Saab Central and search for "meatball".
14-12-02, 09:56 PM
Check this site out, but good luck.
that's the speedparts kit.
I've also considered that one, but in my opinion i believe that the viggen kit is much nicer. This one makes me think at all those tuned bmw's and that's not the wat i want to go with my saab. That's why I bought the viggen body kit. As some of you know I have a spare kit laying around here. Brandnew and painted in black or cosmic blue. (without the rear spoiler) price is 1500 euros
14-12-02, 10:20 PM
I heard that part is fibreglass and shatters on impact. The Viggen kit is the sturdy polyurethane. I need to drag up some $$$ to do some metal pulling then I'm ordering the Viggen front end for my 95.
Oh and C. Piekarski, do you have a heat gun? If so go to Home depo and buy a piece of thin wall inner diameter PVC pipe. use something metal to shape it into a trumpet kinda shape with the heatgun. Cut out the peice of paper towel roll looking intake infront of the airbox, and cut a larger hole to glue and seal the new PVC pipe, Then get a K&N filter 33-2663 and replace the old one. Start there.
29-01-03, 11:57 PM
I've been gone for a while, but thank you so much for all your replies!