If your current injectors are able to run at the red line without running 100% and the car not running,lean then new bigger injectors will do little or nothing.Originally posted by drioux15:
[qb]I was looking on group 9 performance parts website and they talk of 24lb fuel injectors (blue series) will this increase horsepower even if I don't have a turbo? Or will it do absolutely nothing. [/qb][/b]
FWIW I'm using 8mm (the blue ones) Magnecor leads in my 8 valve n/a C900. They smoothed things out very well and noticeably improved mid range response. These replaced one year old OEM leads now doing service in another 900 somewhere.Originally posted by drioux15:
[qb]I read about Magnecor Ignition Wires somewhere on a couple of saab sites.... It seems that allot of people seem to like those wires in the c900's.[/qb][/b]
Your call of course, but if you think it will only be a year or so before you can afford to change for a turbo, why not live with the car as is and put the money you would have spent towards the Turbo Savings Fund? You'll get there quicker if you do!Originally posted by drioux15:
[qb]I think I'll go for cold air and perf. exhaust.
Keep the car for the next year or so and then buy a turbo c900 when the wallet permits! [/qb][/b]