You can't do it easy with it still being a first gen.
You can do it with injectors, fuel supply, turbocharger, air supply, exhaust, transmission, and some flow modifications. But it isn't a cookie cutter recipe.
At minimum, $400 for injectors, $200 for fuel supply, $600 for turbocharger, $100 for air supply, $300 for exhaust, $600 for transmission, and head porting, a cam, or maybe just advance the crap out of your timing.
Somewhere along the lines you're going to be buying gauges and probably some sort of intercooler.
$400 gets POD injectors; $200 gets a used A1000, an A1000 clone or a good piston lift pump; $600 for a hybrid or a used S300 if you look long enough; $100 for a BHAF and some PVC intake pipes; $300 cheap 4" exhaust system; $600 for a torque convertor or clutch. Around $800 for a cam or head porting.
I've spent more money on my truck's paint, brakes and suspension than I've spent on go-fast parts... I'm still recovering from my $1000+ front end rebuild...
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