Having said that, the best investment you can make is seat time. Even in my 944 I get passed by stock Miata's and Golf GTI's simply because of the difference in driver skill levels and experience.
For your Aero, the SAS swaybars make a big difference - I have those on my 9k. I imagine LSD would be essential if you want to make this a serious track toy. I like my Hawk Blue track pads on my 944, but I'm not sure they make them the right size for the 9k?
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