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Old 02-16-2014, 02:12 PM   #1
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Hey guys I want to ask what would be some good mods for my 2007. I want to keep it all under like 1000? Looking for more power mods and what's the most power I can squeeze out of the v6?
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for under a grand your best bet will be exhaust, CAI with tune. If you want real power a turbo and/or nitrous should be your end goal.
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For exhaust I want the loudest thing I can get, would that be strait piping it or what? Just tell me all the details for the loudest I can get for about under 500!
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Hey guys I want to ask what would be some good mods for my 2007. I want to keep it all under like 1000? Looking for more power mods and what's the most power I can squeeze out of the v6?
Hey,

As noted previously exhaust is certainly a great place to start when you want to squeeze some power out of your V6. I saw you want the loudest set up as possible and can't blame you!

The loudest system on the market is certainly the Pypes Mid Muffler Dual Exhaust conversion kit. My friend has this system on his 06 and it screams! If you really want to go all out, I would pair that system with any set of shorty headers. If you did this you would essentially replace all the exhaust components from the engine to the tail pipes (everything but catalytic converters). This entire set up should be able to done for less than $1000, and give you some real noticeable horsepower.

Some other things that you could do within this budget that I would recommend would include a cold air intake, a tuner, or throttle body. Eventually if you did all these bolt-ons you could be at around 300 HP.

If you crave more you will need to go to something like a turbo, supercharger, or nitrous. Nitrous can be done for less than $1000 and give you over 300 HP, however keep in mind this is rough on the engine and especially the bottom end.

I would stick to the bolt-ons first and see how you like the performance and go from there. I hope this helps.

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Dood, Dan, he's got the 4.0 liter V6. He ain't got no where near 300 HP bolt-ons and no bolt-ons.

@OP: Cheap horsepower and sound is just that, cheap. Cheap and cheap sounding as f*ck.

A quality CAI+tune will cost ~$600. A quality true dual exhaust conversion will cost another ~$700+ (once you get all parts + cost of installation); if you choose muffler deletes it'll cost a few hundred less but it'll sound like a V6 and the general exhaust note won't be tamed.

FYI, 'straight pipes' mean literally just that. Straight-though pipes (no cats, no resonators, no mufflers, etc.). You're thinking muffler deletes.
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The words "Big Power" "4.0L V6" and "under $1,000" unfortunately don't come in the same sentence.... Its a really stout engine, but doesn't make power very well without forced induction.
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Seriously?
Headers, exhaust, tune and a cold air will give a 210hp engine "around" 300hp?!!?!???!??!??

Please Dan...
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Headers, exhaust, tune and a cold air will give a 210hp engine "around" 300hp?!!?!???!??!??

Please Dan...
He was probably thinking of the 3.7
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He was probably thinking of the 3.7
3.7 has 305 stock.

Yeah, Dan is having a brain fart...
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He was probably thinking of the 3.7

He prolly meant at the crank


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He was definitely thinking of the cyclone at the rear wheels.
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