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91 BAMA Street Tune, Tunable Induction CAI, 4-Piston Front GT500 Brembo Brakes w/14" Rotors,
Custom Dual straight pipes w/ SLP Shotgun Resonators, BC Racing Coilovers ZEX Dry Nitrous kit, 75 shot
4" Matte black fender marks, 19x9.5 Matte Black SVE Drifts,
Smoked turn signals, headlights, and side markers
LED switchback turn signals, 5000k HID headlights, Full GT/CS Body Kit
1.Cold Air Intake with a tune from either americanmuscle.com or brenspeed.com
2. 8.8 rearend out of a GT with 4.10s (and while you are having that done I would also do underdrive pulleys)
3. Dual exhaust
4. Lower your car and upgrade springs/shocks/suspension
While you are doing those, throw in a fair mix of appearance mods and get performance tires.
The front/rear GT sway bar upgrade with the poly
bushings will show the most for your $$ handling wise.
34mm up front to replace the 31.5mm V6 bar and a
20mm GT rear to go where you have no rear sway...
17" or 18" rims and a lower profile/wider tire will go miles...
The CAI and tune will just hurt you unless you can control
the added power on the marginal OEM V6 suspesion.
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