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    What Mod's should I get?

    Hello all. I just picked up an 06 GTO m6 and I have some money left over for performance mod's. What would you do with $4-5K and in what order. Also, what gains should I expect.

    The car is bone stock with 53K miles.

    Thanks! -Mike
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    Typical mods starting off are intake, exhaust and headers. Suspension mods are also good to throw in to the mix. Since you have a M6, a short-throw shifter would be a nice mod, too.
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    I def agree with top posted, and pretty much in that order. Def a good tune after the exhaust work too. There are also little things you can do here and there like lower resistance spark wires and plugs. The GTO is a great platform, have fun with it man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FinZ28:2760920
    Typical mods starting off are intake, exhaust and headers. Suspension mods are also good to throw in to the mix. Since you have a M6, a short-throw shifter would be a nice mod, too.
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