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Old 11-05-2012, 08:26 PM
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I agree with minimal intake/exhaust/tuning mods stick with oem. Usually you go to colder heat range plugs with forced induction, nitrous, etc. Sometimes ignition upgrades can benefit from wider gaps(although oem ignitions are pretty good anymore).

For more power look into airram.com. 2008+ intake manifold is a big upgrade(costly though IIRC). Headers area good option. And of course cams and head work.
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