now, would it be possible to add a turbo on top of the S/C in this particular application???
Saab heads are sand cast, RL's are ceramic cast (makes them weaker) Same with engine block.Vita said:are the saab heads any different?
i saw the graph where they show what was replaced as they got the ecotec up to 800, which is why SCDyne says 350 no problem. i'll tell you one thing, if i can get 300 to the wheels, i'll be happy, but that won't come until after the warranty is up!
just imagine a big ol turbo without the worry of lag! good stuff i say
http://www.saabcentral.comSCdyne said:I?m also fully aware that there is no public technical information available the new Saab 93 motor, but a lot for the LSJ motor. Why do you think that is the case?
Simple Mathmatics when leasing. $28,000 at a 4.9% and 39% residual (RL)SCdyne said:Case in point: How you came across a 93T for the same price as the RL.
Did you get the deal of the century or just the average price of the L61 derived boosted motor attached to the Saab F35 transmission?
I'm with you 100% on this!Until my research is complete on the engines, I will say no more. Just telling you what the heads at GM have told me.