Used Saab Engines
Saab is one of the most sought-after names in the car industry (and now owned by GM). We carry an exclusive number of the luxurious and popular used Saab engines. The 9-2X has a 4 cylinder, 2.2 liter turbo engine and a 4 cylinder 2.5 liter engine. Every 9-3 is a four-cylinder turbo engine, as is every 9-5 as well. The 9-7X carries a V6 4.2 liter engine and a V8 5.3 liter engine. The 900 series is mostly 4 cylinder (one turbo) and one V6 with a 2.5 liter engine. Of course our inventory of used Saab engines also includes the popular 9000 series of four and six cylinder engines, with a turbo choice as well.
Used Isuzu Engines
When it comes to commercial vehicles and heavy truck engines, any used Isuzu engine will stomp out the competition. Isuzu was the world’s largest manufacturer of medium to heavy-duty trucks in 2005 and in 2003 it produced 16 million diesel engines. All used Isuzu engines are either four cylinder or six cylinder and range from 1.5 to 3.5 liters. A few used Isuzu engines are turbo engines, such as the I-Mark, Impulse, Pickup and the Trooper II (turbo diesel). The Pickup also comes as a diesel or gas engine. Put a used Isuzu engine in your truck and you’ve got yourself the muscle of Superman in your vehicle.
Used Subaru Engines
If you want Superman’s speed in a sports car, a used Subaru engine will make your car feel like it’s faster than a speeding bullet. Drivers Colin McRae, Richard Burns and Peter Solberg won World Rally Championship titles with Subaru engines from the Subaru World Rally Team. A used Subaru engine like the Impreza WRX is one of Subaru’s outstanding engines for performance. Though the majority of Subaru engines are 4 cylinder, (some V6 and even a 3 cylinder exist) they all shine in endurance and speed. Browse our selection to find the one you need.
The Saab H Engine was basically a redesign of the Saab B engine and in spite of the name the engine is not related to the H engine but it is in fact a slanted inline-4. The H-engine was launched in 1981 and was fitted into the Saab 900, Saab 99 and, from 1982 on, the Saab 90. Later on it was used in the 900/9-3, 9-5 and 9000. However, the 2003 Epsilon 9-3 later switched to the GM Ecotec and this left the 9-5 as the sole surviving car with the H engine. The H line series is expected to be terminated with the replacing of the current 9-5 model in 2008.The engines were numbered based on the displacement; for instance B201 has a 2.0 liter engine with a single overhead camshaft.
In 1984 Saab had added a 16 valve cylinder head fitted with overhead camshafts. Saab renamed them the 8-valve version as the B201 and had used the B202 was used as the reference of the new multi-valve unit. The B202 had also been fitted with hydraulic valve lifters and also Ecopower. It also featured a pre-heated catalytic converter which meant reduced emissions. In 1991, the company introduced the 2.1 liter naturally aspirated 16 valve engine; it featured an increased displacement and also an enlarged intake manifold. All of this contributed to greater power generation, increased flow and improved efficiency. The cylinder head and the intake manifold taken from the 2.1 made for an excellent replacement for the 16 valve 2.0 liter engine. The power increase is pretty modest at the stock boost but becomes increasingly evident in the higher boost levels.
In 1994, Saab introduced a more compact version of the B204 for the transverse Opel derived Saab vehicle, the Saab 900 (NG). The engine displacement is officially stated as 2.0 liters and features 90 mm bore with a 78 mm stroke. The engine also came with a pair of counter-rotating balance shafts which meant reduced vibration and a smoother ride. B204 was also used during the first production years of the Saab 9-3 until 2000 when it was replaced by B205. The B204 engine was launched in two versions, one was the atmospheric version which was used in Saab 900 (NG), and a low pressure turbo version was introduced for the Saab 9-3. A full pressure turbo was fitted onto the Saab 900 (NG) and the Saab 9-3. A heavy-output turbo B204R was marketed for a brief time in 1999 for the 9-3 SE models.
4-Cyl. 2.0L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0L HO Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.0L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.3L HO Turbo |
4-Cyl. 2.3L HO Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.3L Turbo | V6 3.0 Liter Turbo |
6-Cyl. 4.2 Liter | V8 5.3 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.0L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.1 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter | V6 2.5 Liter |
4-Cyl. 2.0 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.0L Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.3 Liter | 4-Cyl. 2.3L HO Turbo | 4-Cyl. 2.3L Turbo | V6 3.0 Liter |