Since you're "fairly new to this", maybe you should figure out what you want to do with the car. Suspension? Desired Power level? Price range of mods you can afford? Do some searching to figure out what interests you, then come back and ask us questions that are easier to answer.well i don't reallly know how to be more specific, since i just got it and don't know what people do to the redlines, and im fairly new to this so i was just wanting tips on what you would add first if u were making a sleeper
my friend and i were talking and we didn't know how a glass pack would sound on it, we think a cherry bomb would sound sweet
Screw brakes and tires, just make it go fast. Get a 2.5 pulley and about 150 wet shotHIGHLY suggest pedal covers if you can't heel-toe downshift comfortably.
that will be my first mod to EVERY future car if neccessary.
if you don't know what heel-toe downshifting is, learn before you modify your car.
after that, upgrade brakes and tires. true max or extreme summer tires and a set of snow tires on steel wheels if applicable.
after that, figure out what you feel is lacking, be it power, suspension, wheel hop issues, or if you simply need more driver mod.
the car bone stock is capable of so much.
Why do I get the feeling the op is going to say next "I wuz hoping to put NAWZ on it next ZOMG!"
"Wut kind of neons fit best under the car"
I'm guessing we've got a highschooler here...which potentially means the ruin of a redline. INTERVENTION TIME!
OP....don't put a damn thing on that car without consulting us first. We needs to schools you. You want a glasspack to "sound cool" with this car. NO! If you want the car to sound cool get an intake. End of sounding cool need with this car. Brand new....about 250 used....who knows.
You want cheap power? Look in our forums entitled "Tuning and electronics" and find someone close to you with HP Tuners. We'll find someone on here selling 42# injectors. And lastly we'll find you a suitable pulley (2.9) In fact I know someone in MN who has the pulley for sale now. Total cost...maybe about 350 bucks for 35-40 horse.
Any other ?'s?