actually i have a few more things to clear up, first off, as far as mid pipes and hi flow cats are concerend, do you have to buy those separately from the exhaust system? I know catalytic converters are already in the exhaust system, but im guessing they dont come with "hi-flow" ones... and you have to buy those to replace them? Also, i hear all this talk of removing resonators. Do all exhaust systems come with resonators? and do you always want to remove it? i feel like a tard, i dont know anything about modding just yet hahain short. no.
ive never heard of any one changing their differential on thsi car yet. i know the Quaife differential is out. but that helps to redistrubute power differently than the stock one, rather than deal with more power. and i havnt heard any first hand accounts of it.
a tuner will allow you get to more... LOTS... more out of your mods, but is not required. at least not for the lower end mods. but i cant imagine that if your going to spend the bucks on big ones, why you wouldnt drop 3-400 on a tuner too.
and dont worry about being new, i was new too pretty recently, but i spend so much damn time killing time here and getting further educated on my Baby, youd think i might be a tech.. no.. you wouldnt, thats got to be clear hehe. but wait for a couple of other guys to chime in, weve got more than one Chrysler certified tech on the boards, and the supporting vendors do lots of exlusive work on our types of cars and know extreme ammounts of info.
blast away with the questions.
if you are interested in modifying your cars performance, i suggest you start here:
handheld tuner(superchips or diablo predator)
exhaust(catback, then midpipes/cats and.. too many brands to list)
cold air intake(personally suggest AFE or the Air Hammer, then Mopar)
theres a million threads on ehxaust, but if you have a hard time with the Search feature on the boards, holler and im sure there will be plrenty of people willing to throw some input
hopefully im not too long winded. bored at work