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Sturdy Sleeper

What's your top 5 M35 mods

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Hey Everyone,

So iv'e just bought an M35 and i am looking at starting a list of things to do and prioritising them accordingly.

This got me thinking about the simplest performance or "safe guard/get it done before it goes wrong" mods/upgrades i should do, and figured i would ask the Stagea fountain of knowledge team, after owning a Stagea, if you had to start all over again, what would be your top 5 go to mods?

01' M35 250T RX Four (VQ25DET, High Flow Turbo, AM BOV) Still yet to work out if any exhaust mods have been done but feel it's standard as is the rest of the car.

Hope your car is keeping you sane in lockdown!

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Top 5?

1. Buy a PNM35 (3.5L)



For the VQ25det?

1. turbo back exhaust

2. plenum spacer

3. Intercooler

4. Intake filter (or full intake preferably)

5. Ecu flash

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As a daily driver the 2.5 will do me nicely, but i hear ya, about to start a build on a Sohc Inline 6 for the XR6 Wagon for Drag Week in a year or two so it will be my "Speed FIx"

Plenum chamber has been thrown around and does seem like a good idea. 
Intercooler def on the car and the other stuff will happen aswell. 
Still looking at exhaust ideas aswell, would like some better performance but would rather keep it quiet for now too. 
What induction Kits would you suggest?

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