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Thread: SAAB v6, carburetor swap

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    That is enticing, I'm afraid of it appearing wanna-be subie

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    There is a Saaburu that they made...
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    ^has a point
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    I don't know if a subie scoop would cover that. But if it did, it's more of a function over form type thing. I'm sure anyone who says otherwise would think differently once they saw the carbs underneath.
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    I never knew of a Saabaru, cool looking car. I am digging the Subie scoop more and more, but for mine it would need to be the over sized 4" tall variant and a bit gaudy. However on the hot rod chats guys are saying they shaved 3/10th's of a second in the 1/4 by going to a forward facing scoop compared to a cowl induction.

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