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Weight reduction through A/C

I'm still fairly new here to PZ so bare with me please. This has probably already been covered but the search function doesn't work with and iPhone.

I've got a 96 SI H23. DC 4-2-1 headers, custom piping with Tanabe exhaust.
5-speed tranny and unknown SRI.

I'm looking to get some extra power from my car and help it breathe more freely.

I'm thinking of taking out my A/C. I'm talking core, all hoses and pipes, along with all A/C related components withen the engine bay.
What differences would I be looking at or be noticible if I stripped the A/C.
Would it just be better to leave it or go for it?

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Old 03-08-2010, 01:26 PM
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

I would just leave it unless you plan on going turbo, in which case it'll need to be removed so all the turbo components can fit. People who do this without turbo might autoX their car, and that weight savings could mean a second or so off their time. For you, the weight savings of the AC removal won't make your Prelude breathe for freely like you want, it'll just weigh a bit less. You also have to take into consideration the resale value of the car without air conditioning, and when the windows fog up from the inside of the car, (which happens to me A LOT), you won't be able to get rid of it as quickly.

To free up some HP from where you're at now, look into some oversized underdrive pullies like Unorthodox or AEM. I feel like mine really improved throttle response.
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Yea, I'm not too worried about the resale value.. I paid 1500 for the car without carpeting, horrible camber (front tires were wore to the steel belts on shoulders). Front bumper broke and zip tied on. No turn signals, no corner lenses. Tail lights didn't work, feders were scratched down to metal, hood is bent on front corner, and no back seats...

I've Been very busy since October when I bought it. Everything listed above has been re-finished or replaced, or fixed.. The only things not done are primer, paint and corner lense.

What bolt on's should I got for first to open up any extra power.

I've looked into some lighter pullies like you mentioned above but just hadn't gotten to that. Not sure yet if I eventualy want to boost or not but what performances are avaliable without boosting.
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

Not much without spending a sh*t ton of money. Cams, cam gears, etc, but then you're getting into a N/A (naturally aspirated) build. So, basically figure out your budget, and once you do that, figure out if you wanna go turbo or N/A. Once decided, we can help you further.
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

Between N/A and boost, which set up seems to be most reliable and give me less headaches in the end.. I'm not looking to get full out modify the engine to produce 400HP. I'm just trying to get like 250-300 HP..

I've looked into some cams a couple weeks ago, the Crowler stage 1 cams.. What's the difference in the stages of cams and how exactly would they benefit me best.. I know it changes lifters and valve timings but wouldn't that then require a lot of tuning?
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

if you live in a very hot country, leave it there

i live in ireland, god bleesed us with rain so i chucked mine out
the whole ac system does weight a good bit
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keep it and lose the powersteering
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

Jonnybuts: It doesn't get all too hot around here (at least for me) usualy the hottest is between 90-100 degrees fahrenheit. So I usualy just keep the windows open..

UPSluder: The guy I bought it from had took off the power steering belt so I drove without one for about a week. Really didn't like the feel of it and my girlfriend had a hard time with it so the power steering kindly has to stay.. But just wondering, what is the gain from removing power steering? Not much I persume.
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

Quick question. Can you have too big of a radiator? My friend has a 92 si and his radiator went kaput so we dropped in a big aluminum one off eBay that said it was for a prelude.
The new one is thicker and now the temp gauge doest say the engine is hot.
It'll heat up and the guage will light up to the middle of H-C like normal, but then will drop down 1 notch and stay there.. Only every now and then will it go to normal but drop back down..

Is it anything to worry about??
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

if you take the ac out you might as wel strip the backseats and trunk. if you match your mods with weight reduction you can be pretty quick. just get some better headers, a cat-delete, and a skunk2 intake manifold.
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

I've been looking at the Skunk2 intake manifold and want to get it.. But what benefits would I expect to see if I did?
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UPSluder: The guy I bought it from had took off the power steering belt so I drove without one for about a week. Really didn't like the feel of it and my girlfriend had a hard time with it so the power steering kindly has to stay.. But just wondering, what is the gain from removing power steering? Not much I persume.
you get a better feel for the road. and removng a/c isn't going to save you any power. it only takes power from you when you have it going. it'll save you around 40ish lbs though I think

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if you take the ac out you might as wel strip the backseats and trunk. if you match your mods with weight reduction you can be pretty quick. just get some better headers, a cat-delete, and a skunk2 intake manifold.
why should he do that? and I wouldn't advise him gettng any of that until he decides if he wants to stay NA or to boost it. if you wanna boost, a new header would be a waste of money, skunk2 IM would be the way to go. if you want to stay NA, euro r is the way to go for an IM and a unless it's a quality header, you has a better chance of losing HP
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

because the a.c weighs like 10 pounds all together which means nothing. the spare trie and crap is like 40 pounds, then the backseats, sh*t adds up. thats why
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because the a.c weighs like 10 pounds all together which means nothing. the spare trie and crap is like 40 pounds, then the backseats, sh*t adds up. thats why
the a/c compressor itself is like 10lbs...
then all of the piping, compressor bracket, condensor, and a/c cooler all add up pretty quick.
clears the engine bay up a lot.
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

i removed it on my car. its all light weight metal/aluminum, ill give you 15 lbs but im sure its not more then 20. and on a quarter mile time there is barely any worth-while difference until you cut 75-100 pounds
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

Lol. The a/c system that is visible in the bay, all of it, is roughly 25-28lbs. I weighed everything on the car and almost got below 2600lbs. You need to take alot of weight off to really feel it. Roughly every 16lbs is like adding one hp. I removed roughly 343lbs, or the equivalent to adding 21.4hp for free :D

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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

gotta go for auto-x man take your ac out keep your spare in get the ralco under drive pulley set. (powersteering, alt., and crank pulley) thats what it comes with so you dont have to invest in an ac one it will free up space, weight, and a head ache when working under the hood. takeing out ac is the best and worst thing you can do lol best if your under the hood working, worst if your driving with your girl and shes complaining lol just turn the music up and roll down the windows haha but b4 you do all this man if your trying to get 250- 300 whp and you plan on just keeping it NA (all motor) what motor do you have in there if you dont know the differences just describe if its a SOHC, or DOHC with or with out vtec. but if your just looking into a mild build and want 250 whp your gonna have to go with the h22 man but if you plan on boosting any set up would be reachable. hope i helped you out bro
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I always drive with my windows down (weather permitting) and my ac doesn't blow cold anyway so I'm interested in taking mine out completely as well. Is there a write up that anyone knows of?
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HpreludeH: ill definently be looking into the ralco pullies. It's a H23A1 DOHC non Vtec. I'm still not sure if I want to go N/A or boost because I need someone to break it all down for me. Like to achieve my goal of at least 250whp what would be the easiest route to go. I need to find out really what all I'm looking at before I choose; as far as rough estimate, parts, labor, stuff like that before I can choose
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Re: Weight reduction through A/C

getting a carbon fibre hood will save weight as much as stripping out the rear, keep the power steering, its horrid without it, lose the a/c, its only rubbish anyway

ups is right, it only takes power when its on, but removing the ac pump alone is like 5kg
not alone the rad, the gas canaster, piping

unless you live in a very hot climate, dump it
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yeah i dont run any ac or power steering and i love the way it feels.....it olny sucks when paralel parking but other than that i like driving without the power stereering and feel like the motor is less strained.....as far as ac i'll find out how much i'll miss it when the summer hits here in new england,lol.....good luck with your build buddy.
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yeah i dont run any ac or power steering and i love the way it feels.....it olny sucks when paralel parking but other than that i like driving without the power stereering and feel like the motor is less strained.....as far as ac i'll find out how much i'll miss it when the summer hits here in new england,lol.....good luck with your build buddy.
the prelude comes with power assited (a little heavier than power steering)
i put on a smaller sports steering wheel and it made it heavier again
and i must agree with you, i love the fact it takes muscle to drive it
you feel everything the front wheels are doing, pure precition

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any recommendations on an a/c delete pulley kit??
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yea ralco man check google and or ebay fits all h22 h23 or f22 engines
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