If I were you, I'd start by just enjoying the car stock for a while. Give us a list of the options on your new car. That will help. Also, what do you do with the car? Do you drive to work daily with it? Do you and your honey drive places on weekends in it? Is she/he a sporty type or one who values comfort above all else? How smooth are the roads you drive on?Straight out....I know nothing about mods at all! I just moved from a 2.7 to Gen 2 3.4. HUGE difference!!! Having said that...what are the first mods I should be thinking about...total amateur here....
Very much agree, right now you are the weakest link!JCay said:I would say join a club that offers High Performance Driving Education (assuming you are not a pro level driver here). The car's performance most probably is greater than your ability to drive it. Once you get more comfortable, then start thinking about upgrades.
Also, once you have some track seat time, you will know exactly what you want to do to improve the car.
Enjoy it stock first!