Welcome man! Congrats!!!
If you have a automatic start with a handheld tuner and a good 93 octane tune. A proper tune with a stock auto is amazingly different. It benefits the manual as well but it can wait. Next, invest in a quality set of Axlebacks. This is very subjective and depending on your future exhaust plans (headers etc...) the tone will change drastically. So plan ahead. But just about anything sounds better than stock. Then focus on the drivetrain, brakes, and suspension. Work from the ground up with a goal in mind. If this car is lacking anything it's definitely not power. But they're plagued with mediocre brakes, horrible suspension, terribly heavy narrow wheels with crap tires, a boat anchor for a driveshaft, a made in china toy for a transmission, and a horrible shifter. All the power in the world doesn't do you any good if you can't stop it, turn it, or drive it like its meant to be. Good luck!
Best 1/4: 1.90 60ft. - 12.15 @ 119mph on Street Tires.
460.25rwhp & 408.28rwtq SAE on a Dynojet 224xLC
Tuned by Matt Lepkowski, owner and operator a Performance Evolution in Smyrna, DE.