It's mostly homebrew around here, not much checkbook modding. Despite that, there's a lot you can do. If you buy a 2.6 gen1, your vr4 experience will come in handy. A rwd 4g63/4 wideblock will bolt right up to the tranny, so you can do a 4g64t - see projectzero.com for all the skinny.
If you have an a/t 4spd v6, you can still go that route by swapping the tranny bellhousing to a 4cyl model.
Our "aftermarket" is the junkyard plus fab skills - the platform is as capable stock as a built Heep, and more durable.
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