[QUOTE=Supernaut;4445509]You could just put snow tires on the front. Now some will say that is dangerous because the back can lose grip and lose control. One has to remember that kind of advice is probably out there because the average person's response to a sliding car is probably to slam the brakes, close their eyes, and hope for the best.
Dont do it. I tried last year when I got a flat in one of my tires. I threw on the snow tires in front and we only had an inch of snow. I use my car all day long for work and am a cautious driver, but i was spinning out all over the place. The all-seasons dont have the grip of the snow tires. I repeat - Dont Do This.
K&N Air filter, uh - thats it, NO CAI, NO FSWerks, NO Exhaust, NO Coilovers, NO Tune, Nothing