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well i am on the pursuit to buff up my 1995 I4 camry.

well cold air intakes. do they perform well on camrys.
i found this weapon r CAI (http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/performance/basket.php?makeid=25&modelid=315&year=1995&partid=15&brandid=55)
would this have any gains. and i also found sum tips would they fit/work on my car.
(http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/performance/basket.php?makeid=25&modelid=315&year=1995&partid=189&brandid=2793)

what else can i do for some performance

and are there any body kits that would work aqnd look good on my car.

sorry for so many questions i'm new.
 

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in terms of modifications...every little bit helps. it's up to you to figure if it's worth it for the price and what you're asking for though.

and as for body kits, take a look at the camry faq first:
http://toyotanation.com/forum/t6831.html
 

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the tips would only look good. it will not add any hp at all. a new straight through muffler on the other hand, would add a little hp. the CAI would certainly make it sound alot better, but wont ad more than 2-4 hp. if i were u, id build my own and save urself 50 bucks and it would work the same, but thats me. mine dont look all that great but it gets the job done. the big question is how much hp u tryin to get. the camry isnt capable of much with out some serious modification and money. also look into springs and shocks. at lest get her to be fun to toss into corners.
 

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well the way i did it is prolly the cheapest aside from ripping off the hood and removing the airbox:rolleyes: . i removed the entire air box system after the airflow/temp sensor, even the components in the drivers side fender. then i used 3" dryer flex tubing and snaked it into the fender. i added a rubber sleve to mat up the the cone filter and secured it with a zip tie. i then wraped the porton of tubing in the engine bay with heat tape to defelct heat from the engine. that was it. its really gehtto and doesnt look that good but the most expensive thing was the airfilter, the rest was under 20 bucks. a ram air would be even easier and cheaper but u wouldnt get the use of the cold air. take a look at these. they are a couple other ways of making a CAI.
http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/t92453.html
http://www.toyotanation.com/forum/t36348.html
 

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With the 5SFE 4 cylinder you're kinda out of luck as far as performance unless you have thousands of dollars to spend or if you're willing to use nitrous. Looks wise, there is some cool stuff out there for Camry's to make them look decent. First things first, I would lower it with some nice springs and struts, then add some 17 or 18" rims. Stuff like that will help the Camry stand out from all the other stock economical granny Camry's.
 
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