Hi all, in the process of purchasing a nice little stick-shift CH 2.4l sedan. Seems like a good, cheap, honest, fun little car. Have a newborn little girl now and although the missus has a nice SUV, Ive only got a single cab 4x4 work ute, a couple bikes, and a 450rwhp 1st gen Rx7, all of which are wildly impractical for fitting a baby seat and/or getting groceries with more than one passenger. Natural conclusion was to get a cheap runabout i can put a baby seat in, so here we are. Put a deposit on one the other night. drives great. really looking forward to having a fun practical car to run around in, the ute and the rx are both pains in the arse. Long story short, just wondering if there are anythings to look out for in general. Also, how hard is a timing belt swap? Can i swap out the exhaust, or at east punch out the cats and fit a rear muffler without getting fault codes if i keep all the sensors in place? if so is there even any benefit to doing so without a re-flash? To be honest i dont think it needs the performance boost, but being a bit of a compulsive tamperer, Im seeing extractors online for like $300 and quality offset straightthrough mufflers for less than $100 and ive got welding gear so its hard to resist, if nothing else for a nice crisp but quietly authoritative note. Do they have TCS, ABS and Stability control and if so can all that guff be unplugged? Rear sway bar seems a no brainer, will keep the stock springs, but are KYB shocks an improvement over stock? Cheers all. Nick.