In reference to the above comments, you should know that just because a vendor offers a performance package doesn't necessarily mean the parts should go on your car at once. Intense and ZZP do a pretty good job letting you know what you'll need to install a certain mod, but sometimes there are other actions that should be taken prior to parts installation. For instance, you should scan to see if your computer is pulling timing due to knock, or to see how your fuel flow is keeping up with new modifications. Many people come into the game thinking they can just throw parts at a car, and to some extent you can, but sometimes it leads to a performance reduction instead of the intended increase. You really have to "do your homework" and use a scantool if you want to have a firm grasp on the status of your car and the effects of any mods.
1997 SE w/SLE package
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