This is my new Saab Turbo-X..one of only 2000 ever built.I went for the manual and optioned the roof and factory 19" rims. Might do some performance tweaks after i learn more about saab tuning and the engine. So far so good.UPDATE:I previously tried the K and N panel filter and found it to work pretty good...improved throttle response but not change in sound (not that it matters).Have since tried the BSR Optiflow which was not worth the price charged. It would spool faster but the power and torque throughout is noticably diminished. Build quality and design is poor...the rubber neck is too short and of low quality rubber. The o-ring cut through over time. I've since ordered a k&n pod and will give it a go eventhough the k&n panel is definitely the best so far.installed Maptuner reflash...goes good. alot more torque but still built for the motorway cruising instead of traffic light sprints. yet to time it 0-100kph...what this space.Fitted my 20x8 Konig "Random" rims. Running 245 35 20 falken 452...Very cheap tyre and drives that way also. Noisy and the grip levels are extremely poor despite the wider footprint. The 235 standard pirellis outgrip these falkens. Installed a Pivot Mega-Raizen and it actually works! Improved throttle response, smoothness and torque!Just timed it 0-60mph with a beltronics fx2.....5.83 seconds. not bad. COMING SOON...I have my Hirsch Honeycomb three piece grill kit sitting at home. Looks good from what i've seen but expensive for what it is. I paid aout $350 for 3 bits of plastic. Will install once i figure out how to remove the bumper shell. Have ordered a subframe brace to tighten up the car, and a short shift kit from genuinesaab.com. Shipping to OZ was a bitch!!Also intend to paint my rims gunmetal grey when my tyres need replacing which should look pretty sweet! Might get shadow chrome if possible. A finish and colour like the r35 gtr or lexus isf rims would be perfect.Also considering the the vtuner 400hp kit when i save up some pennies.