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Old 12-03-2016, 02:25 PM
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Question NOT SOLVED!!! Conversion? (4.2 to 6.0)

Well, I was just wondering if there are any 9-7x owners here who attempted an "Aero" conversion?

Seems there are abundant 6.0 SS engines on the Bay, not sure what else would be needed in terms of the Awd on the 9-7x that was different from the 4.2 to the Aero. I know the Aero had a little different setup than the TB SS.

I remember one of the Saab dealers I went to back when I got my 4.2 had an Aero on the showroom floor and it was about twice the price and I couldn't afford it. But it would be awesome if I could convert the 4.2 now for the price of a used engine and some other parts. Just milling around possible projects for next summer.

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