I see it didn't take you long to find the "Forced Induction" section....
All good recommendations above.
Also, most of us have removed the engine cover to let the SC disipate heat...might be a good idea for the Oklahoma summers.
Many have swapped out the 195* thermostat for a 180*. Some of us have drilled one or two small holes as well which allows coolant to flow immediately on start-up. From what I understand, this allows the engine, and hence, the SC to heat up more gradually.
Dex-cool? Again, many have fushed out the dex in favor of a less corrosive product...the Prestone Dex compatible
seems to be popular here.
You also have a few extra vacuum lines to keep an eye on, espescially the T-fitting under the nose drive.
Other than that, for some strange reason, tires (espescially on the front) seem to wear out the tread fairly quickly (especially with traction control switched off)
Oh, and you will want to purchase plenty of engine cleaner and detailer....once the engine cover is off and you pop the hood , a magical force takes over that inspires you to keep that blower sparkling.