$2000 has been spent and "NO HORSEPOWER" has been made. I have a 1996 MX6 V6/5-speed "M-Edition". This vehicle has 45,000 miles on it. I put on a HOTSHOT full stack cold air intake, BOSAL Headers, high flow cat, GREDDY exhaust, and then sent my ECU to JET to get it recalibrated for all the mods. NO HORSEPOWER is being made. I was skeptical when "SPORT COMPACT CAR" discontinued their Project Probe, so I went ahead and did the mods myself. Ford/Mazda engineers created an engine which was maxed out for power from the getgo. If you want quick easy power turn to NOS. You can now pick up the KL-ZE engine with 200+ HP for under $2000.00. There is a stroker kit for the KL-03 and KL-ZE engines. It will extend the bore and stroke bringing the engine size to 2.7L w/forced induction or 2.8L for naturally aspirated setup's. Horsepower for our vehicles is not cheap. Besides my M-Edition, I also have a Civic. If you were to spend $2000 in bolt-on's for a Civic, you will have just purchased 30-40HP. Purchase a KL-ZE and before you throw it under the hood, make it a project. Extrude Hone the manifold, bore the throttle body, get the valves reworked, install a stroker kit, knife edge the crank, install a new fuel delivery system. There has never been ONE person in the world to ever take a Probe or MX6 to the max. Who will be the first? Contact TKT down in Miami. The owner of this company used to build huge turbine engines with monster turbo's for the military. This gentleman has a twin-turbo kit, when used in conjuction with a KL-ZE engine, outfitted with a host of bolt-on's and internal modifications, has been rated at 660+ HP. Believe it, or not, our engine has amazing potential. All you need is money, and the want and need to have the fastest MX6 ever. I have the list of companies and the names of the CEO's, with phone numbers if you are interested. My M-Edition is coming along slowely. I have tackled the braking needs with the 13" AP Racing brake conversion last summer. I have tackled the suspension with front/rear sway bars, front/rear tower ties, camber kits, coil over springs w/5-way Tokicos, and upper and lower control arm bushings as well as bushings for the tie rod ends. The vehicle now rolls on 18X7.5 AKT 5ZR Copse with Yokohama "Parada's". Once you have the suspension and the brakes upgraded you should then think about power adders. Be safe and keep the racing for the tracks. Later......................