Here is what my official Saab V4 manual lists:
Standard - 90.030 - 90.040 mm
Oversize 0.02 in. (0.5 mm) - 90.530 - 90.540 mm
Oversize 0.04 in - (1.0 MM) - 91.030 - 91.040 mm
In my opinion you need to work with your machine shop to determine how much your cylinders need to be bored and get the pistons and rings first. Then, with the pistons and rings in hand the machine shop can bore the block to fit the pistons giving you the correct fit and ring gap.
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