Hi chaps I use DILFR7B10G is there a better plug what you guys using cheers are the denso ikh20 any better
If I remember correctly Tunan in mid '08 the Aero's started to become standard with the XWD. They did not have eLSD. All XWD have the 280 hp. engine thus the bump and the 2 engines for MY 08. Also around the same time the Bose stereo was upgraded to the Centerpointe 5.1.Probably like my car .. a Faux-Bo-X ... right after the "exclusive and limited X" they released a flood of Aero XWD's with a "free but optional 280 horse engine".
I did the Stage 0 Vtune and Brian said Denso Iridium with a cooler gap. Check some of his posts and he tells what to set it at.
Our "almost X cars" don't have the 18" rims, eLSD and a few other goodies but they are essentially the same car with self leveling and stuff.
"Free but optional" .. ?? As one poster put it who in their right mind is going to opt for the 255 when the 280 horse is free? :cheesy:
The big question is if they put the 280 into the Aero vert, though my understanding is it was XWD only. But in 2009 you could get a base 2.0 XWD so it was not limited to the Aero.
LOL:lol: I just read a few of his posts this past week as I put in the Denso Irridium Power IKH 22 along with new Bosch coil packs, all from Rockauto.Cosmic, holy cow, do you and Brian have some kind of Spock (Star Trek), mind meld.
That is almost comma for comma what he said. :cheesy:
And of course, what I went with.
My car's original owner (I'm 2nd) bought my car and drove it off the lot in July of 2009. But it was manufactured in 2008, and is badged as a 2008, and apparently sat on the Lot (or at the US Port of Entry) for a year.Mines a 09 Turbo X too. It's just when they wer first registered and sold. I did notice on the chassis plate it was made in 2008, must ve some of the very last limited 2000.
My Turbo X had Denso IKH22's with new coil packs because the P.O. had it tuned by Brian. And, it appears they were gapped slightly smaller than stock gap. But after only 25,000 miles I started getting misfires again.LOL:lol: I just read a few of his posts this past week as I put in the Denso Irridium Power IKH 22 along with new Bosch coil packs, all from Rockauto.
It was first put on the road in June 2009.My car's original owner (I'm 2nd) bought my car and drove it off the lot in July of 2009. But it was manufactured in 2008, and is badged as a 2008, and apparently sat on the Lot (or at the US Port of Entry) for a year.
Is that what you're saying is the situation with your Turbo X, or are you saying that Saab actually badged your car as a "2009" model year?