01-04-03, 01:31 PM
Just bought an 02 93se convertible. Nice little car, but I'm coming from an American rear-wheel drive sports car and I'm less than thrilled with the handling of the Saab. I know I'll never get it to behave like a rear-wheel, but any suggestions on where to start to stiffen up the suspension?
01-04-03, 02:39 PM
Here are the quick answers. Buy a thicker anti-sway bar for $130 from http://www.sasab.com, and a set of stiffer and lower springs and shocks. http://www.shox.com has some decent spring and shock sets. Abbott Racing springs and Koni shocks are considered the best, but they're expensive. 17" wheels with lower profile tires also help.
01-04-03, 03:59 PM
I've got the sports package with the 17" rims and lower profile tires already. Should the sway bar and springs/shocks should be done in any particular order (aka, which will get me more bang for my buck :D )?
01-04-03, 07:11 PM
You'll definitely get more bang for your buck with the swaybar. New springs, including installation, ran me nearly $800. The swaybar is a very easy DIY installation, and you can't go wrong for $130. I should've done it a year ago.