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2ws to 4ws

Well I should be starting and finishing my swap this weekend. Saturday hopefully. No little 4 prong power steering part in hand so I will need to find a T fitting to use with my 2ws part. But no other issues than that. Excited to do this. Hopefully Sunday I will be able to get pictures of the whole install. I'll be following the guide on prelude3g.com very closely.
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Re: 2ws to 4ws

Here's a little tip in case you aren't aware of it. You don't need to drop the tank to install the distrubution shaft. If you drop the exhaust and the heat shield, you can slide it in from the front of the car. I didn't want to disturb all of the fuel lines when I did mine, and it went in easily this way.
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I did just that. was mucho easier than dropping the tank. Sadly, I'm 95% complete after a good 10 hour day. Only thing (and it's because I forgot about it. I failed to put the bolt back in to the front rack where it attaches to the steering column, or whatever it's called, that keeps it locked in place. and I have having trouble getting it in there and it was getting late so said eff it cause I wanted to eat. Will finish it up next weekend, had to leave my car in VA Beach. All I need is that and someplace to knock out a 4ws alignment and I'm good to go! Rather excited to feel the difference.
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I did just that. was mucho easier than dropping the tank. Sadly, I'm 95% complete after a good 10 hour day. Only thing (and it's because I forgot about it. I failed to put the bolt back in to the front rack where it attaches to the steering column, or whatever it's called, that keeps it locked in place. and I have having trouble getting it in there and it was getting late so said eff it cause I wanted to eat. Will finish it up next weekend, had to leave my car in VA Beach. All I need is that and someplace to knock out a 4ws alignment and I'm good to go! Rather excited to feel the difference.
I have driven both, and I can tell you it's night and day difference. I love 3g preludes, especially 4ws. Can't wait to see this completed!
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Re: 2ws to 4ws

Really looking forward to it seeing as how I think the 2ws setup turns good. I do have the Ksports though and a front STB to stiffen it up a bit, so I'm sure that helps. I have a bunch of pictures of the install I'll post next weekend when I can get to my camera.
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Really looking forward to it seeing as how I think the 2ws setup turns good. I do have the Ksports though and a front STB to stiffen it up a bit, so I'm sure that helps. I have a bunch of pictures of the install I'll post next weekend when I can get to my camera.
Oh you will like it. It may take a little getting used at first but once you understand how your lude reacts, you will whipping that thing around, trust me...
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