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    93' H22A Build

    Had my first taste of Vtec today after buying a Prelude Si Vtec with the JDM H22A engine.

    1993
    Si Vtec (H22A)
    125 XXX km's

    Got some simple plans for it so far, but going to build it up nice and slow...

    - Extractors + Exhaust
    - K&N intake
    - Vtec controller (need some info on this)
    - Lightened flywheel
    - Get it lowered (but not dumped!)
    - HID's 8000k
    - Install the new sound system that's patiently waiting in my garage

    That's all i got so far and they'l be happening over the next few weeks. If anyone has any suggestions or opinions, feel free to let them loose.


    Bob
    Last edited by YLD-H22; 18-11-2011 at 05:17 AM.

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    Here she is..


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    Welcome abourd!!!!

    Looks nice, enjoy it
    part time potato

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    Kit looks nice!

    do some handling work
    S P A M | W O R K S
    hehe.
    PHC


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    you're probably asleep right now but I love you and you're the most beautiful girl I met, inside and out. have a good nights sleep and I hope this puts a smile on your face when you wake up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YLD-H22 View Post
    Here she is..

    Welcome abourd.

    Great nice car mate. First thing i would do is take off that front bumper and put back the original.
    DEEFUFF 4LYF

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    He just bought it like that,doubt he got the oem bar.

    Its a jdm...bro


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    ^lol, ah yes... i worded my sentence incorrectly. What i meant was he should get ridz of it and get an originaz back on.
    DEEFUFF 4LYF

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    Thanks for taking me on bourd. The bumpers staying on, at least until all performance work is complete Or i might keep it on... will decide in time.

    Can anyone suggest a type of springs or coilovers to increase handling and drop the height? I feel like I'm driving a truck.

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    DEEFUFF 4LYF

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    Now if I were to announce that my budget for these is $200 for now, what would you suggest i do? lol

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