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Old 12-24-2009, 10:51 PM
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Hey all. Sorry if this has already been covered somewhere else, but I
couldn't find where it was that I originally read several different opinions
concerning the flap/guards. Could have even been on another forum.

Anyway, I recently purchased a 97 Base Prelude that was in a previous
wreck and had some shotty body/paint work done to it. They installed
what appears to be OEM flaps but with quite inadequate fasteners (bolts).
I have tried a multitude of different bolts. All of the flaps stay on the vehicle
but the driver's front one. Regardless I would really love to snatch all of
them off of the car. The car just looks so much better with them off.

I had read of someone attributing the removal of the flaps on their car
which then lead to some engine damage, such as it being hydrolocked.
My question is I want to eventually lower my car and the flaps will be
out of the question then, but for now would any of you more
experienced Prelude owners remove the flaps all together or let them
be until a further point in time? And do the small guards play a vital
role in the car or not?
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

take em off... mine were gone the 2nd day i owned the car
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

the only thing that you won't be happy with... is how dirty your car is going to get,
well what i mean to say is that, it's only going to take a couple days for car to be covered in dust again because those really do help keep it clean.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

Yeah it definitely gets dirtier faster, but I think they look ugly on the car.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

Also on the rear bumper if its not the factory dyed color. In other words if the bumper has been painted it will start to chip at the bottom if you remove the mud flaps. Im regreting removing mine.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

they would in no way/shape/form prevent hydrolock. the only cons to removing your flaps would be if you kick up a lot of gravel, it will chip your paint. and your car will get dirtier a tad bit faster
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

i have all four an i like them. lol
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they really do serve a purpose..
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

i got all four on my 5th gen and i look how it looks. everybody i know has the sh body kit and this is something different
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

took mine offffff. cleaner, IMO.


plus my car is the color of dirt, so she's never "dirty"
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

mud flaps dont help when you have 0 offset. some times when im making turns and i have my windowss down i get hit in the face with small rocks and in rain it really sucks
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

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Also on the rear bumper if its not the factory dyed color. In other words if the bumper has been painted it will start to chip at the bottom if you remove the mud flaps. Im regreting removing mine.
Wow! Thanks guys. Seems only logical that more
dirt or debris would be kicked up onto the body. But
they (the flaps) really don't covered that large of a surface area.

xxpreludexx I don't know for sure if paint chipping at the bottom
will be a big issue for my car. I mean I live in an area that NEVER
sees snow/ice/salt, but dirt can cause it as well. But thank you for
an alternate view.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

I have no intention of taking mine off which is weird cuz i usually hate mud flaps on cars. They dont bother me at all tho on my 4th gen. My only concern about them is that theyre trapping water and stuff and its rusting underneath them. If thats the case then theres nothing I can do about it so Im not stressing about it lol.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

Oww. Rocks in the face. Not good. But now I am kinda second
guessing the removal of them. The front two are very prone to
scrub which begs even more for them to be removed. Preludes
look good either way, they just look even better with them off.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

has a spot been decided for the may 15th meet? probably not but was just wondering haha
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

I really wanted a full set for my 4th gen and absolutly loved them on my 3rd gen teg.

Helped keep the car clean longer and I honestly like how they look now. I used to hate them.
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I've got a Accord ones on mine to go along with my Accord skirts and to cover up my hack job.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

My rears are gone, damn dog bit them off :(
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lmao! really? your dogs a G!
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

haha, friends dog tore them up so bad I just took them off, I try to hit the dog every time I see it but it's just not possible!
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

lol@ mudd flaps on a lude, yes plz take them off
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

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Hey all. Sorry if this has already been covered somewhere else, but I
couldn't find where it was that I originally read several different opinions
concerning the flap/guards. Could have even been on another forum.

Anyway, I recently purchased a 97 Base Prelude that was in a previous
wreck and had some shotty body/paint work done to it. They installed
what appears to be OEM flaps but with quite inadequate fasteners (bolts).
I have tried a multitude of different bolts. All of the flaps stay on the vehicle
but the driver's front one. Regardless I would really love to snatch all of
them off of the car. The car just looks so much better with them off.

I had read of someone attributing the removal of the flaps on their car
which then lead to some engine damage, such as it being hydrolocked.
My question is I want to eventually lower my car and the flaps will be
out of the question then, but for now would any of you more
experienced Prelude owners remove the flaps all together or let them
be until a further point in time? And do the small guards play a vital
role in the car or not?
The hydrolock thread was talking about someone who needed FENDER LINERS not Mud Flaps. And they were talking about a motor hydrolocking that had a cold air intake and no fender liner so the filter was sucking straight water. Removing the Mud Flaps will cause no harm.
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

I LIKE MY MUDFLAPS....... thank u very much..LOL
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

Thanks CTLude for the fender liner clarification.
I am ripping them off immediately!
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I like my flaps too :D
the hydro-locking thing, you may have that confused with removing the wheel wells.
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i took fronts off and kept the back ones
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I like em and i want to get the rear ones, i got it without them :(
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I like em and i want to get the rear ones, i got it without them :(
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Re: Removal of mud flaps. Are they essential?

Where and what kind do I get replaceng ones at? Mine came without any and I am not sure where to get them
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