I'd suggest starting with a cold air intake and follow along with an exhaust system.
Looks and smells like a scam. Look at the cars on the vehicle list. Like really? AMC, Amphicar, Checker, Maserati, Lamborghini, and other manufacturers that don't seem realistic to need a performance chip. Then they price it at $399 MSRP to $69? And where are the dyno data sheets to prove this thing works? Stay away from this thing.
scam. do a real tune
im new with all the car stuff, so what would i remove thats not important? its all stock right nowfor $250 I would get a velocity stack with filter and a header. Then I would try and remove as much extra stuff from the car if you have any. A good weight reduction will help as much as power adders.
well if your keeping it a daily then you shouldn't remove anything. If you trying to go all out and make the car quicker you can remove spare, tools, swap to light weight racing seats, get rid of any sound deadening and things of that nature. I do not suggest you do any of this. But it will make the car lighter and slightly quicker.im new with all the car stuff, so what would i remove thats not important? its all stock right now
I get everything you want bolt wise before you do ecu reflash! You won't get the true power of your modd with just bolting it on! Modding ecu first then bolt on would not be as affective as doing it the other way! I know jet performance did a friend of mines sentra and he was bale to get a great deal of power with just a cat back exhaust and c.a.I.! But that my .02
Ebay is a good friend for that! Idk what u versa guys use but I had a weapon r intake. Its a sri but you can connect a hose to it for a cai.ok so I think im going to get the CAI first
i cant find it at standard auto shops where should i get it and what brand?
Back seats, radio, speakers, glass windows, spare tire, carpets...lol that would actually help I bet.im new with all the car stuff, so what would i remove thats not important? its all stock right now