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depends on what you need.. there's not such a mod the BEST..
If you want better sound, LTs is way to go.. If you are looking for better HP gain, go with cams, faster acceleration go with gears, sth like that..
or you just need a cat that jumps right toward to the ground like the one below for fun..lol..j/k
DJ, if I were you, I'd grab the cams. Big punch up in power and a killer loping exhaust note. Then you can grab your longtubes or o/r X for even more badassery.
2007 5spd Vista Blue 4.0L
93R tune/ Steeda CAI/ true dual conversion w/ Flowmasters/ Pypes shorties/
Tokico HP series dampers/ Eibach pro springs/ 18x9 and 18x10 AM GT500 wheels/
255/40/18 and 275/40/18 Nitto NT555s
I highly suggest reconsidering a stall. Everyone thinks a stall is just for getting off the line better. But it also keeps u in the power band during shifts. I have placed the stall
2nd on my list for best performance with a supercharger being first. I too have gears but u may want to consider that stall
Detroit Rocker Cams, 410's, Saleen Supercharger, afco dual heat exchanger, TCI torque convertor, stage 3 saleen supercharger, dual gt500 fuel pumps, SS Brake Lines, and Power Slot rotors, LCAS, Koni Adjustables, alpine touch screen, PA deep tranny pan, fluidyne radiator, dynotech DS
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