Well, FSWERKS dyno sheets of a stock 2.0 manual put the baseline around 120whp. The automatic will obviously be several HP down (approx 20% drivetrain loss vs 15% in the manual).
Intake/tune/exhaust are good for about 20hp gain on the 2.0 manual and FSWERKS clearly states that adding the race header is good for about 6-7whp with typical bolt ons. (The race header dyno sheet is on a car with port/polish and cams, so that is of no help here)
You have what I would guess is close to the tune of 135-140 wheel horsepower. That is a generous estimate.
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