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Old 10-14-2011, 02:25 PM   #1
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Help With Mods

Hey guys. So I just bought my first car a few weeks ago. It is an 06 Altima SL 3.5 V6.. It comes stock with about 245 HP. In my opinion.. It is pretty fast.. It has a lot of power but I want more power.

I need your guys help to tell me which parts will get me the most power.

I know so far that exhaust systems and CAI will help but I don't know what else.
My friend said fuel injectors will give me more power as well..?

So if you guys could list some mods, the amount of of Horses they will add, and how much it will cost, that would be great..

P.S.. Im not turboing my car.
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