one thing to remember is by adding power you are going to be putting stress on your old and worn engine and tranny, as well as other components. adding power to an older vehicle drastically increases the chance of failure compared to adding power to a newer less used/worn vehicle. just wanted to point that out.
and intake is mainly just noise but it'* as good start as dan said.
throw a smaller pully and you'll go a bit faster. a smaller pullley means the SC will create more boost. which is good to a degree.
all engine mods go like this mainly: gets more air/fuel into the combustion chamber OR gets air OUT of the combustion chamber faster.
so...you want to increase air going in and out. you can't do just one and not the other as you'll have a restriction on one end or the other.
personally i'd save the mod money for a downpayment on a newer car that is more mod friendly as unless i'm mistaken they don't even offer headers for your year which will SEVERELY limit your modding potential. unless you had some custom fabbed for a grand or so. and if you have a grand and other 500 for mods sell the car and put that down on a more modable and reliable vehicle. but thats just me. not trying to dissuade you from modding. modding is tons of fun but you have to be realistic about it and set realistic goals.
why don't you tell us what you want and we'll tell you how to get there the most reasonable affordable and smart way?
Last edited by iluvmybonnie; 09-25-2008 at 01:03 PM.