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Old 06 Sep 2007, 05:04 am
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Default Questions about a Prelude...?

I just obtained a 1989 Honda Prelude (Si, 2.0 liter fuel injection, FF, does not have the rear wheel steering, B20A engine). I would like some tips on what to do on the engine, since I heard that most Hondas don't do well under high boost (i.e., a turbo), and because of its relative age. I want to stick to the "sleeper" look (ricing is too typical and costly). I go with the saying "function before form". Any performance tips for my Honda? In my dreams, I want to be able to kill Mustangs and 300C's at stop lights, though I might be dreaming too much.
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Old 06 Sep 2007, 05:08 am
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super charge it. it is heaps better than turbo as the power is constant and instant. not like a turbo where it needs to wind up.take your air box off and put a K&N filter on it.Take your catalytic convertor off or bash the guts out of it.put a 3inch exhaust on it from front to back, also a set of extractors will let pump the heat out.
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