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Old 09-25-2007, 06:47 PM
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can't decide

well i can't decide on what am i going to go with. as you'll know i got a 98 prelude i think it is a base model. i got 3 options, putting I/H/ catback Exhaust and some more small mods, or put nos which iam thinking about, or go for turbo . i have problem on nos if i do put it and get cought then thats like iam done. or if i go turbo it cost too much like the turbo from verrco stage 2 that i like. if i go with i/h/e the prelude wouldn't be as fast as i wanted to be.

if i go with nos what things i need to do before instaling the nos? and which one would you prefer direct,wet,or dry and why?

if i go with I/H/E and some more mods, like valve cover, msd ignition, pully what kind is the best

if turbo i got to safe some money.
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Old 09-25-2007, 11:42 PM
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do you wanna keep it daily driver that'll kick ass at track or just a lil faster. some more info would help
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yeah i would keep it a daily driver and still out ran a v8. the place i live most of them got cameros and cobras not too much of tuners.
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ur gonna want to get a full exhaust and intake to maximize the performance u are wanting. it is pointless to get a turbo with a stock exhaust
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i think theres someone on here sellling a kit for h23 in the parts section for like 650 dollars. i'd think all you would need to change is the manifold but there may be other things too. thats a good price for a kit tho. im in the same boat with you, nothing but mustangs and camaros and loud trucks, gotta show em who boss tho
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yeah i saw that turbo but i got a h22a4, thanks though. any one know which catback and headers is the best for 98 prelude base.
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thats what i was saying, im pretty sure you just have to get a manifold for an h22 and it should bolt right up, they got cast iron manifolds for sale on ebay for pretty cheap
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thats what i was saying, im pretty sure you just have to get a manifold for an h22 and it should bolt right up, they got cast iron manifolds for sale on ebay for pretty cheap
exxxactlyyyyyyy what i did!! well.... except the opposite.
i bought an entire turbo kit for a 5th gen (which are obvi all H22's) and i bought a brand new H23 mani, sold the 22 mani, and created my own upper charge pipe since the 2 manifolds placed the wastegate differently.
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