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I Found An 01 Viggen Turbo 500 Bucks

Is That Too Much? The Guy Says On The Phone...runs Real Good!
If Someone Else Wants It Let Me Know And I'll Pass The Number To You...maybe A Finders Fee?
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Sounds high to me. You can get a t3/t4 hybrid and a 9K maonfild for less than that and that will outrun the tdo4 anyday.
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Hmm, $500 for a Viggen, seems pricey. I'll stick with my $400 900s.
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Tweek

What Turbo Do You Have? I Thought You Sent It Off And They Upgraded It....can You Reexplain That?

What Turbo Comes Stock On The 900s?
Is It The Same As The One Off A 9000 Aero?
What Turbo Did The Regular 9000 Have?
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can you explain the t3/t4 hybrid?

how does it compare to viggen td04 or 9000 td04?
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anyone do a T3/T4 upgrade??? i'm thinking about it down the road
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$500 is WAY, WAY expensive. I sold the TD04HL-15T/5cm2 from my 01 SE engine for $280, and I've seen most others right around the $275-$350 range......

Turbo upgrades require research. Seach the boards for t3/t4 hybrid, and for those other questions.
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I like the 280 figure. That is what I've heard for a fairly used unit. I was also told 350 should get me one that is cherry.

Something that may make a differene would be if any other parts come with it. Oil lines, etc. Those things could make the $500 seem better.
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WELL...I'll call the guy again tomarrow aqnd see what it comes with...maybe it will comew the manifold too, and oil lines.

he said it was brand new less than 10000 miles...probably not true though

i have call all the salvage yards i can find in Austin, tx no one has saabs or the parts. argggggggggggggg
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I know what you mean about having a tough time tracking parts. And I thought there's sopposed to be tons of Saabs on the east coast!!!! Arggggggghhhhhhh.
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I know what you mean about having a tough time tracking parts. And I thought there's sopposed to be tons of Saabs on the east coast!!!! Arggggggghhhhhhh.
Uh Texas is like not in the east at all...
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Uh Texas is like not in the east at all...
I mean I'm surprised I am having such a hard time. I can only imagine what it must be like in Texas.
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WELL...I'll call the guy again tomarrow aqnd see what it comes with...maybe it will comew the manifold too, and oil lines.

he said it was brand new less than 10000 miles...probably not true though

i have call all the salvage yards i can find in Austin, tx no one has saabs or the parts. argggggggggggggg
Get the VIN number of the car it came from and check it against the carfax record.
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