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Old 04-27-2009, 02:25 PM
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Hey guys how you all doing? I need some advice. I've got a Prelude 4th gen 2.2Si.
1- Can I fit 18 inch rims and whats the offset? Is it even worth getting 18's?
2- Will it be cheaper fittin a vtec head or getting the motor? I dont wana lose my cruise control though?
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Old 04-27-2009, 02:37 PM
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Re: My Lude

I have 17 inch rims on my lude, and could probly fit 19's If needed so i think your good. I don't think it's worth getting 18's, I wish I would have just got 15's and just dropped my car a bit, cause my roads around me are terrible and bend up the big rims easy lol.
As for the motor, I had a friend who put a vtec head on his non vtec and he said it was a cheap way to get some extra power instead of swappin' out the whole motor. Of course if you do that your gonna have to get a different ECU and all I believe, but I'm sure it's worth it! I know nothing about the cruise lol, I want to go vtec sometime though!
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