you're thinking of the 99 9-3 se hot which had about the same boost but different intercooler, more aggressive ignition timing, and a higher fuel cutthe se has a better intercooler and a more aggressive ecu, the turbo is the same (garret t25) but the se is tuned for more boost(around 17 psi) base is around (12 ish).
i would not recommend that at all, and no if your car is a 2000 it doesn'tAlso does my Saab have TCS? I assume not? And I am getting new tires for my car this week so I was wondering what to do to do a brake stand in my Saab before getting rid of my tires.
If your only goal is to get over 200 HP, just get a tune, the intake is unnecessary. If you want to go a bit further, the downpipe is a good place to start.Ahh so it'd be more effective for me to just grab a cold air intake and get a tune to put me a little over 200 hp?
Anything that attaches directly to the turbo. Hoses, pipes, everything except the exhaust manifold and down pipe. If you plan on a DIY or a "send it out" tune, take the ECU as well.Getting back to the OP's question: difference between the 2000 Base and the 2000 SE is the turbo, and ECU tune? Is that the consensus?
I swear the Haynes manual says the turbos are the same, but I don't have it in front of me to reference. The local wreckers just got a 2000 SE, and I want to know what parts I should take off of it