In the past, I normally would upgrade a part when it failed, but I'm considering going a little more extreme on this one. I've found when you make mods of that nature, you usually have to modify other areas to compensate, otherwise your car ends up on a roll back too often. I just hope the tranny is strong & Hyundai makes the computer remapping tuner friendly. My car mechanically will stay bone stock for the 1st 30k miles to allow good break-in & enjoy full warranty privaledges for a while. But I will probably go ahead & swap body panels for carbon fiber & have them painted. That will lighten her up making it a little faster, but I'm going to save up for the power train mods & do them all at once (dyno prior to and aft). It will be like getting a new car a couple of years after initial puchase once the fun factor has started to wear off, that is if I contain myself.