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Old 12-04-2004, 12:23 AM   #1
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What would you do?

Ok, I got the GT take-offs installed, now I'm wondering what to do next.
I'm wondering what my next logical(/least expensive) prrogression would be.

Here's what I've got...

01 V6, Auto slush box
CAI (via e-bay)
GT duals W/ H pipe

what's the next thing the most of you would do, spending the least ammount of $? I'm trying to guage the importance / effectiveness of mods here, as... well... I'm cheap (har).

I'm leaning towards a shift kit, but I've seen that a shift kit in itself is a major bit of controversy. Opinions?

Also, anyone in OKC want to meet up?
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Old 12-04-2004, 12:34 AM   #2
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get gears and t-lok, it is pretty expensive but it is one hell of a mod. i drove my buddies v6 auto, with 4.10 before he totalled it, and it was absolutely amazing
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This is what I'm going to do

When modding a car from the start: (order of mods list for best results!!!)

I'm going to go with what RGR said and go step by step and see how it goes
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well what most people usually do for the buck, is to get a intake. Although not to big of a difference it always helps when adding more than that.
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Get the kit from RPMOutlet...

It includes Underdrive Pulleys w/ replacement belt and balancer and a Diablosport Predator programmer for like $460. Just for reference, a DS Predator usually goes for $400 by itself.

That's the next mod I'll be doing after my exhaust...
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