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Old 03-18-2013, 08:12 AM   #212
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Originally Posted by Spyrojoe View Post
Thanks man! I can't believe how much I love this thing. I've been driving a Ranger for the last decade, and it feels so good to be back in something that performs.

I'm going to tint it and get a new stereo soon, as well as install the dead pedal kit at some point, but I don't really have big plans for it. It already has a new timing belt, water pump, thermostat, clutch and sway bar links, so I'm pretty much set.

Maybe exhaust and a tune later down the line, but that would probably be it. It's my new daily driver, so I mostly just want to keep it running smoothly.
Personally, i would say get a tune. it is amazing how much better it drives with one. I have one from "TurboTom" (1turbofocus)
he does custom tunes and free updates as long as you stay naturally aspirated.

other companies do tunes, but i cannot vow for them. I LOVE MY TUNE..
the SVT Exhaust is pretty good as is.. if you do, i would go 3" mandrel bent.
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