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Old 10-15-2007, 10:45 PM
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Keeping it stock?

So this is my second lude in about a year and a half. Ok so my first lude was 97 base, it had a short ram intake, strut and sway bars, cat back exhaust and a short shifter. it was also lowered about an inch. Unfortunately i had to sell to go to college..... but i ended up going to college right next to my house...(rutgers) and i needed a car again. so i found a totally stock 99 base prelude... this thing doesnt even have an aftermarket cd player, its bone stock. And i kind of like it that way but im also very tempted to start doing **** to it like intake and stuff but i dont know if its worth it. there are like no more bone stock preludes left and this is one of them, it only has 78,000 miles on it. so i ask for your opinion, should i start or leave it stock, its like a virgin, once its been touched itll never be the same again....

your opinion is greatly appreciated... and dont make fun of how long my story was, cause i had to tell you everything.
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Old 10-15-2007, 10:49 PM
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My prelude [97] is mostly stock, the only thing ive done is replaced speakers in the back and polished some things up, stock is great, but if your looking to go to the track put stuff on. on the other hand, theres ways to make your car look nice without putting lots of things on it
repainting rust parts, fading skirts. i say go for that Most Amazing stock look.
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my 2001 is stock and the im only planing on doing lil mods to it cuz i too LOVE the stock look, i have an OEM lip kit so it alredy looks a bit lowerd and clean so i jus want a cold air intake and maybe and exsaught for next summer, just to make it sound better
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Yeah, i mean my 97 prelude felt better to drive but i feel much better with my stock one. i want to get a oem lip kit and some jdm fogs, but im open to suggestions. I need some opinions because i finally have some money to spend :-)
on a side note i was looking to get a 240sx but i realized just how sexy my lude is.
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Old 10-15-2007, 11:23 PM
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ya, my lude is still new so i have my random moments wen i go outside and jus look at it to remeber how sexc it is lol im kinda not sure eitehr right now cuz i loce the stock sound, ima probably for sure get a cold air intake but i dunto about a whole exhaust. i think it would be TOO loud and take away too much from the luxary of a '01 prelude
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slutgers, WOOOOO!!!! haha, j/k. i go to TCNJ.

once you initially get the modding bug, it NEVER leaves! its in you fo life at least thats what i think.
at least get the OEM lip kit, and MAYBE lower it.
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TCNJ!!! lol r u going to the meet on oct.28? ive been looking for an oem lip, and some fog lights, any other suggestions on what i can get thats stock, i mean the car is in almost excellent condition inside out (except for two dings on the passenger side door.. damn people at the bus station !!!!) so i dont need to spend any money on paint or anything. also the engine bay is pretty clean. so anything stock you can think of that would make my lude look or even preform better.
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Old 10-16-2007, 12:53 AM
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come help me put my engine in this weekend and if she's running before the 28th, then HELLLLL YEAAAA!!!!
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Old 10-16-2007, 01:10 AM
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lol, so you blew your engine? did you get a new one or did you rebuild the old one? you still have a couple of weeks to put it in right... get on it lol.
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hopefully i'm buying a stock H23 with 86K miles on it for $220 this weekend in morristown, then throwing it in, and the meet is the weekend after that, so it kinda needs to be finished
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I would say leave it stock. I had a 91 mustang gt 5.0 that got modified to about 480 rwhp on the dyno. Its all fun and games til your wallet is emptied out and the repairs for the high performance crap starts to crap out the rest of your engine.I'm not sure if MPG is an issue with you but if you're in college saving money is always good. On these cars an intake does nothing more than make you waste more gas. If you want to see real gains you have to mess with the fuel mixture aswell, not to mention a better exhaust system, starting from the headers "header" not just a muffler that makes your car sound funny. The one I've bought is bone stock too.

If you want to just "do" stuff to it, I recommend NGK iridium spark plugs, MSD cap and rotor ( wires if you can afford it) a new stp air filter- K&N if you want to reuse it and care for the bragging rights....give it a good oil change, top off your fluids, and clean your whole engine bay :) thats a good week worth of work... If you really want to go nuts on the ignition i suggest a new MSD coil too...that alone will give you atleast 10 to 15 hp. The ngk iridium spark plugs are "supposed" to give a 10 hp gain. but you don't feel anything under 15. Your car will be sooo much more responsive though. I would also suggest that you think about the long run- like what do you want to do to the car later? because you might waste money right now on parts that you'll discard later on for your "dream" set up
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see i have some money but not enough to make my car alot faster, i mean it wouldnt be a significant difference with the amount im willing to spend.... in the long run i dont want to have a really fast car anyways cause im close to killing myself a bunch of times just how it is...i might look into the plugs and ignition stuff but i was wondering if anybody knew if there was any type of lipkits that were like oem ones, i mean like size wise... and is it worth getting an oem style kit made by another company or should i stick to the original?
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Old 10-17-2007, 12:42 AM
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Go with the OEM lip kit... PERSONALLY I think it looks the best ( Also the Greddy one is nice) It gives it a nice look while also keeping the stock style.
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Old 10-17-2007, 08:48 AM
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either oem or mugen, also greddy front and mugen sides looks great :)
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The stock look is clean and elegant. Why do you want to drive around with a set of bumpers that you're going to leave in the pavement after you hit a good bump anyway? If you get any kind of kit that changes the height of the vehicle you're going to driving like a sissy cause you're always going to be scared to crack it. The stock look is great, if anything i'd say get some new headlights if you want a bit more bling bling, maybe buff your rims, give it a good wash and buff and it'll make it look supa-rice!
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Stock ! Mine is virgin and I have had her since Day 1 ! 106k miles with new battery,tires,timing belt last year and an oil pan & gasket change.While shining the inside this past weekend I was thinking what an awesome buy this was for me!:yes(1): I don't care to waste gas at stoplights with most of the contender wannabes!
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Its a prelude they look good stock and good done up, honestly i would do basic mod's like a system, speekers, and a deck, also a intake because they just sound alot better then the little filter, i also say to its all about how much do you want to put in to it and what do you want an every day drive/show or race car becasue the h22 motor is a nasty little motor espically the sh modles 235 hp just like an s2k
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i know that most preludes look nice stock but black ones need to be really clean or to have a nice lip kit and clean rims on them. i know where ur coming from. ALso i saw a prelude today with a really nice steering wheel, looked kind of like an s2000 one or like a jdm integra one or something, does anybody know where i can find one? or what exactly it is? also did honda make leather seats of for the prelude? ive seen some but most of them are in canada... and any other ideas for jdm honda parts i can add to my prelude? i just want to spend my money wisely and not regret it... its not often a college sstudent gets some extra money...lol
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You should check this site out
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if the steering wheel was a 3 spoke with a red honda badge in the center, im pretty sure thats the JDM ITR wheel. or s2k. idk

come help w/ my motor swap on saturday


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Thanks for the link my man!
and how far is tcnj from rutgers new brunswick... and i have no idea how to install an engine lol but i could give u company =)
if u really wanted that is, i have an accounting test on saturda =(
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Old 10-17-2007, 11:15 PM
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well home is about 40 minutes from NB, but i was just throwin the offer out there since your close-by and a couple other luders from the site are comin.
but if you have a test on sat, than that def takes priority
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Old 10-19-2007, 08:07 PM
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ok, so ive been looking around for the type s intake thing and i came across it on this website: http://www.boomplustoys.net/jdm_prelude.shtml
it for $160...
what exactly is this... is it like a short ram or is it just a filter and how does it work? would it be easy to install? and is this the right place to get it from?
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the type s intake works the same as stock, but works a touch better.

compared to a lot of aftermarket stuff, it has less top end (slightly) but keeps the torque/throttle response.

it doesent have the cool noise that CAIs have tho :(
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I would mod while making it look stock. I regret getting spending alot of money on intake exhaust and headers for minimal power gains, when I could have for the same price gotten cams/valve train components and a port and polish for about the same amount of money but gain way more power. Of course the i,h, and e would have made a much bigger difference. after having that done.
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^--Ditto

My 93 was stock when I got it, believe it or not.... I'd keep the stock look, just add some things under the hood, do the basic bolt on's maybe a new shift knob
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thanks... i decided i might get a good short ram intake, maybe a v2, and a quiet exhaust nothing too loud. Also get the oem lip kit and jdm fogs, also some slight tints. If i have money or maybe later on down the line some nice rims, but that would probably be in a year or so. i might look into the cam/valve train but i would rather stick to bolt ons for now considering i dont have a good mechanic and i dont know much about this stuff myself.
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too me the our ludes have the balls already...don't get me wronge you could always keeping depending on the size of your wallet....

for me my lude is my DD so im just making it stand out in a very clean subtle way..looks and a little rumble....thats just my 2 cents.
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