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Old 18 Jan 2008, 11:31 pm
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Default 87 honda prelude after going 100km my car shakes?

i have this 87 prelude si but its just a winter beater, when switch to 5th gear and start acceleratin my sterring wheel starts to shake and it feels like im runing in 4th gear! but the rmps are around 3000 it doesnt feel like its 5th at all and when i try to go over 100 something is preventing me from going 120 it just wont go any faster and it shakes! ahhh i dont know if its beacause its freaken OLD! or the frame cant take it and i dont know if there is a chip in it but if u have any idea please let me know! thanksall tires and suspention is new but whats wrong with the engine not taking high speed and preventing me from going faster!??it has been alighned and it smooth when i drive but it all happends at high speed.
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Old 18 Jan 2008, 11:46 pm
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It needs new tires and suspension work.
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 12:01 am
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I wouldnt say that its because it;s old, my 1981 car does 90MPH (over 130 km/h) smoothly. Bring it to an experienced mechanic. I couldnt tell you whats going on without driving it myself.my guess is though, that you have 2 problems:fuel filter clogged, and the wheels need to be balanced. you said you got new tires and if course i'd assume they balanced them when they put the new tires on, but who knows, maybe they forgot to, or a weight fell off afterwards...Is it fuel injected or carbureted? The Hondas with carburetors had a whole mess of vacuum lines that all have to be properly connected for the car to run right. There is a diagram under the hood, and the lines are all tagged with numbers, go in there, look at the diagram, and check that they're all properly hooked up to where they're supposed to go.if it's fuel injected you could have a dirty injector, or the fuel pump is starting to go bad.also, is you check engine light on??
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 12:16 am
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it could be the drive shaft. or u need to get your tires done.
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Old 19 Jan 2008, 12:31 am
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did you have it aligned?
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