I don't know how different diesels are than gas but I don't see why you couldn't. Be careful with boost creep though especially with colder weather with a manual controller. That's how I blew my motor in my talon.
Diesels take boost a lot better than gas engines bc there is no spark ignition of the fuel - it is all compression based. In a gas engine your boost is limited but pre-detonation and the strength of the engine. In diesel, as long as the fuel ratios stay correct with in increase in boost, your limiting factor is the strength of the engine. I'm a diesel mechanic, but I work on large trucks and machines, not diesel car stuff so I don't know the Saab setup at all without looking at it personally. I would definitely get into a forum and see what type of things work and don't work in your situation.
Rea is running away with the title after his treble double win today, he could win the Championship at Magny-Cours in a fortnight, and guess what I'm going to France to watch this, the first ever to win 4 back to back world championships 😜 party on 👍🏾
Can't seem to figure out a good way to have audio in my helmet.
I have Westone W10's ear buds which work great BUT you have to wear a balaclava over them to get your helmet on and keep the ear buds in place.
That doesn't work in warm weather.
Installed some helmet speakers in my Shoei RF...