|This vehicle was built in 1995 for Race / Rally Saab R900 Tubo front-wheel drive Gr.Aur Saab Germany for the 24-hour race.|
Only Saab racing car in Germany, 3 pieces worldwide, all developments and conversion work served at the same time to the Gr: A homologation with the FIA.
The vehicle is identical to the facelift model Saab 9-3 (following series of the Saab 900II), which was built up to and including 2002. For this, the homologation applies as well.
This car can be used on circuit or rally on asphalt. Alternative fuels are possible.
The vehicle was street legal with a motor vehicle letter, the motor sport conversions are registered in the motor vehicle letter. The vehicle has run about 6000km.
- 24 hours race Nürburgring 1995 with driver Strycek, Lammers, Jansen. Training result 23rd place, final result 74th place (about 2.5 hours service life due to accident and defect in the chassis and gearbox), several fastest lap laps at night, in the rain by Volker Strycek (Grand Prix circuit + Nordschleife in 9:22 min).
- Fair presentation at the IAA 1995 in Frankfurt;
- tire and rim test 1996 in Most / Czech Republic for the road special vehicle model series Saab R900;
- 3 races 1996 and 1997 at the Divinol Circuit Cup in Hochenheim Small Course, at the Nürburgring Grand Prix circuit and Hockenheim Grand Prix circuit;
- Pilot and test drive 1998 in Most;
- Fair and Presentation 1999 Hausmesse Saab Kaiser, Nuremberg.
- presentation and filming at the official Sabb-European performance of Viggen 9-3 1999 in Brünn / Czech Republic;
- 2 rallies at national events for the Upper Franconian and Bavarian Championships (Scheßlitz and Franconian Switzerland / Hollfeld);
several national rally missions
2015 Rally Cologne Ahrweiler
2016 Rally Cologne Ahrweiler groups and class winners
Engine: 1999 cc, with turbocharger, about 285 hp at 5800 rpm, 470 Nm at 4400 rpm, over 250 Nm already at 2000 rpm;
- Motor with racing piston Cosworth / Wiseco, ball-and-pin jointed, crank gear machined and fine balanced, modified camshaft camshaft drive adapted, reinforced head bolts, cylinder head ducts and intake manifold machined; Belt drive water pump modified, water cooler, reservoir and lines modified.
- engine management Weber Marelli, freely programmable, single ignition coils, modified injection valves,
electr. adjustable boost pressure and ignition timing;
- 2 oil coolers in the grille, dash lines, oil pressure raised, oil bumpers in the oil sump;
- turbocharger at Turbotab revised, as the exhaust manifold to the turbocharger, the transitions are machined, adapted and verzapft, the wastegate is reinforced and comes from Cosworth, the Turboansaug has a replaceable Airrestrictor;
- boost pressure cooler in aluminum, modified and widened by hand with finer mesh, the supply and
Derivatives with aluminum tubes comp
To the vehicle belongs the complete documentation / car pass from the construction, with bills and technical drawings.
With a large spare parts package with engine parts / gear parts, chassis, etc. in original Saab boxes.
5 sets of alloy wheels in 17 and 18 inches.
The car was completely rebuilt in the years 2014/2015 and repainted inside and outside in a specialist workshop.
The following parts were renewed in 2015, starter, alternator, wheel bearings, drive shafts, brake pads (front new racing brake pads) Zündbox, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, crankshaft sensor, etc.
In 2015, a new differential lock with a 40% locking effect was installed. Because there is nothing off the rack for this car sad_graphical the lock was made by a former F1 gear specialist.
When installing a new sintered metal clutch and a Sachs Sport pressure plate was used further was also a facilitated aluminum flywheel installed by Abbott Racing.
Lamp tree is also included.
Enclosed I send you the complete list of structure and history.