I'd have to agree with Tom, Miles, original 99 turbos are rare. If you want to go the 16v turbo route why not find another 99 [should be easy and almost free] and do 'the works' on that - then you'd have a 'set'. Obviously it's your car but the added complication of the extra wiring etc might make it less simple to fix when the time comes.
Late model 99s [with the H engine] might be thin on the ground in the US though - they're non-existant in Aus.
Just a thought!
'01 9-3 Viggen
'93 900 Conv
'86 900i that may end up as a stripped-out turbo...
'82 900t donor for above...
'76 99GL that nearly ended up as a 99T clone
'73 99 X7
'67 96 2str Monte Carlo
RIP several 99Ts, lots of other 99s broken for bits, 95 & 96V4s and more SaabObelia than you can shake a stick at..!
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- Putting an H-motor in a 99, Miles Muri, Tue, 19 Nov 2002 08:10:21
- Re: Putting an H-motor in a 99, Mårten, Thu, 5 Dec 2002 18:15:05
- Re: Putting an H-motor in a 99, chrisx, Fri, 22 Nov 2002 01:25:09
- Re: Putting an H-motor in a 99, tom, Wed, 20 Nov 2002 07:22:02
- rarity, JohnC, Wed, 20 Nov 2002 19:44:23
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