All tuning now is a set cost of $250. Additional tuning will be quoted upon consultation.

Road tuning is an additional $75.

Trionic 5 cars


Although I do have out of the box stg4-6 tunes available. I highly recommend as the tuning levels climb past stage 3 that road tuning be done, there are so many variables and possible hazards that make every car different as they become more modified these things are best sorted out in person.

Trionic 7

Stage 1-3

Trionic 8

No road tuning currently available, stage 1-3 only.

Stage Step Starters -

Stage 0 is possibly the most important stage for anybody looking to modify their Saabs.  I can’t tell you how many times a car has come to me to get a performance tune, when it first needed a performance Tune up! This kit has almost everything you need (sans motor oil) to put some life back into your stock Saab, and get it ready for modifying!  All in one convenient order!


Stage 0,

For Manual Cars:

2 quarts genuine Saab Manual transmission fluid
4 NGK bcpr7es-11 spark plugs
8 feet of vacuum line
1 fuel filter
1 oil filter (napa gold, wix premium filter under the skin)

$75 plus shipping

For Automatic Cars:

4 NGK bcpr7es-11 spark plugs
8 feet of vacuum line
1 fuel filter
1 oil filter (napa gold, wix premium filter under the skin)

$50 plus shipping
For reference, there is a fuel filter replacement walkthrough at the bottom of this page.

Stage 1

Stock, good running Saab with no known issues

Stage 2

Stock, with a 3inch turbo back exhaust, TDO4 15t turbo(stock turbo on Aeros, Viggens, and other top optioned Saabs)

Stage 3

Stage 2 with an Intercooler , and 3.5bar Fuel Pressure Regulator on T7 cars

Stage 4+

Email or call for details.


Instructions for changing fuel filter. on 9000/ ng900/og93/95

This job is very attainable for mechanics at all levels it requires basic hand tools, and should take no longer than 30 minutes

Tools needed
-17mm wrench
-19mm wrench
-22mm wrench
-10mm socket OR torx bit set.
-jack and jack stands.
-Fluid pan


-Start car, remove fuel pump fuse while running. this will de-pressurize the fuel system and keep the amount of gasoline spilled to a minimum.
-Jack up rear passengers corner of the car, place securely on jack-stands
-directly in front of the rear wheel, you will see this cover, remove it
-the fuel filter is held in by a band that wraps around the filter, DO NOT remove at this time
-place fluid pickup pan under filter
- place 22mm wrench on the fuel filter, hold securely
- loosen both banjo bolts on either side of the fuel filter. Make sure use the 22 mm wrench to keep the filter stable, if you twist the filter to far in either direction, you risk breaking a line, or holding clamp.
-remove clamp, this clamp is a 10mm bolt on newer Saabs, and a torx on older (9000/900) cars
-finish removing banjo bolts, let fluid drip into pan.
-inspect crush washers for sealing surface, replace if questionable.
-align fuel filter with arrow facing the front of the car
-align holding strap onto filter
- finger-tight in banjo bolts with crust washers on either side of banjo bolt to make secure sealing surfaces.
- clamp fuel filter onto car
-tighten banjo bolts, hold the filter with 22mm wrench
-re-secure cover
-Place car back onto the ground

Start the car! Note that the car could take a few cranks to start after fuel filter install, the fuel system is depressurized, and usually takes 2-4 cranks to fire back up again.

Watch the fuel filter area for 2-5 minutes of idle time. Keeping a close eye out for leaks.