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Exhaust and intake?

I'm looking to put an exhaust system on my '95 most likely from the cat back. Also, I'm trying to find out if there is any sort of intake system for a '95, and if it's even worth it. Any suggestions? Thanks.
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try searching the forum and reading up on the gains from both. In short not much will be gained but they will compliment each other. Any cat back will do it just depends on preference and how loud you want to be. Intake is the same way... depends on how much you want to put into it and if you want it chrome plated to dress up the engine bay some.
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