It's time for you to switch to grown gas. This kit includes an E85 compatible fuel pump, and 4 injectors. This kit optionally includes a T7 SwedeFleet Tuning Bio Power tune. This tune allows you to seamlessly readapt to any ethanol content in your fuel tank so you can mix premium petroleum fuel with E85. Once swapping your injectors, the car will require a re-flash.
Drop-In Fuel Pumps are available! Please contact for kit pricing!
Get to roasting those tires!
E85 Conversion Kit
Trying to make a decsion about converting from pertroleum-based gas and ethonal? Why not use both?!?! There is no reason NOT to make the switch.
So let’s talk about some of the things that need to change to run e85, how an ECU can handle the conversions, and if there are any other factors that a studious car owner may need to be concerned about, such as common questions about sludge, what ethanol can do to fuel lines, cold weather performance, mixing E85 and gasoline, and impact to milage.
To make more power without melting a piston, the flame front of the combustion reaction inside of the cylinders must either be cooled - thus reducing cylinder pressure, or higher-temperature tolerant pistons installed. Ethanol burns at a cooler temperature due to high latent heat of vaporization(plus some other reasons) than gasoline. By burning more completely, more combustion products are created for the same temperature of a gasoline reaction. The long and the short of it: ethanol can burn cooler to give the same cylinder pressure as burning gasoline because it produces a greater amount of combustion products (We can get into the chemistry and properties of ethanol if you want...give us a call or message - we might write something up on it). This is what allows this setup to work without changing pistons in your B series. Now...if you could get the cylinder temperatures hotter without risk of melting a piston...well...you get the idea (hint - tires. You will need to replace your tires a lot).
Cold Weather Performance
No different than any other car, your Cornfed Swede will start in rain, shine, snow, hot, cold, or (maybe mars...testing in progress).
The fuel lines in your SAAB are mostly hard lines, and where there are rubber lines that come in contact with E85, they are all totally okay to be used with your E85 conversion.
Won't be as good as petroluem fuel. You will get over it. We promise.