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Skip the 3.55's and go with at least 3.73's, 4.10's if you plan to keep it Naturally Aspirated. I have run both 3.73's and 4.10's in my daily driver for over two years.

As far as the intake goes, on stock heads you will see a minimal gain. If you plan on heads in the near future, then go for it.

AS far as the exhaust goes, I also recommend long tube headers along with and x-pipe or Pro-Chamber, then a good cat back 2.5" system.

Do a full tune-up, plugs, wires, dist. cap, bump timing, K & N. I also suggest you invest in an adjustable fuel pressure regulator, this will allow you to fine-tune your fuel pressure to help maximize your combo.

Swap out all your vital fluids with synthetics (engine, tranny, rear-end)

Pulley's are a worthwhile mod.

With an electric fan, you'll more than likely have to upgrade your altenator to the 3G unit, something to keep in mind.

Definitely get a shifter, if nothing else it's cheap insurance for the tranny.

Hope this helps!!
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