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lenn777

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In the future I would like to make some mods to my vette. What types of performance enhancements could I make? For the remainder of the year I am going to leave her as is but what should I look into?
 

NORTY

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Ok,since I'm the 51st to read your post, I'll be the first to take the hook. Take a performance driving school. If you are past that part, then the usual CAI,exhaust,tune,cam should be a good starting point.:)
 

lenn777

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I will have to find a school in my area.
 
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WNH

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Ok,since I'm the 51st to read your post, I'll be the first to take the hook. Take a performance driving school. If you are past that part, then the usual CAI,exhaust,tune,cam should be a good starting point.:)

Headers are also a good starting point. They can be done without breaking open the engine like a cam.
Headers may give 20-30 RWHP.
 
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AintQik

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Longtubes, 12rwhp more likely but they sound cool, then tune it
The other stuff is a waste of time. You either mod it or you don't. Why waste $400 on a CAI that does next to nothing?
 

Evolution1980

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ZZ4, 700R4, Steeroids rack & pinion, VB&P Brakes
lenn777, the all-important question is: How much money do you want to spend???
 

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