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All of the components should be capable of use with any B202 engine. The connecting rod and crankshaft should be forged and the pistons would be different after 1987 wherein SAAB used a recessed dish piston and change in cylinder head design to come up with the same 9:1 compression ratio.
We had one 1985 crankshaft which showed an even higher quality than the later 1987 and up versions but they should all be very capable of supporting very high longevity and integrity regardless of the year used (as they were all high quality forged).
GSK at SDI
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