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wtb intake for 91 prelude

Discussion in 'Prelude' started by allstockracer, May 23, 2008.

  1. allstockracer

    allstockracer New Member

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    i need a intake for my prelude with a filter. its a 91 2.1
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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  3. allstockracer

    allstockracer New Member

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    Yeah fuck head, I looked that is why I am here stupid shit. Otherwise I would have bought one. They have shitty ones on there.



    .... Yes you are a dumbfuck and I'm telling you off....
     
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    92civicb18b1 The Trisexual

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    what are you expecting to get? your choices are ebay knock offs or your own custom knock off. IIRC, no big company makes a "good" one for your prelude.

    My 91 prelude was carb'd, so I didn't even bother with any type of performance shit for it.
     
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    BrutalB83 Brutal Moderator Moderator VIP

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    You obviously didn't look very hard. I found a bunch of Weapon R ones for sale on E-Bay and elsewhere. Through Google searching, I also found out that K&N makes one. Honestly though, that car's not really the Honda tuner's prime choice of chassis and engine, so you're not going to find a million name brand intakes for it like you would a Civic or Integra. Either buy the Weapon R or K&N one, buy one of the cheap-o ones and put a decent name brand filter on it, or build your own...

    ...fuck-head.
     
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    Thanks Fuck Head!!!!!
     
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    George777 ^^ Likes Bewbies

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    No problem ass-hat!

    :lmao:
     
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    Wow, good job recycling my insult...very original...
     
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    I'm sure you will get a bunch of help from now on.
     
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    Uncle Buck JDMDecals.com guru

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    as found on preludepower.com

    purchase a 94-01 Acura Integra gs/rs/ls cai kit from ebay

    1. Take the S-pipe that came with the Integra CAI kit and cut it in the middles like the top pictures shows.
    2. Install the rest of the kit, which by now should be pretty obvious.
    3. Take the 4" to 3" Coupler and attach it to the front of the filter and then take the cut S-pipe and attach tot he front of the coupler and face the open end of the S-pipe toward the Factory intake hole on the passenger side headlamp assembly.
    4. Your done!!! Enjoy!!!

    Also the nice thing about this setup is that during the winter you can just pull the front section off of the system to make it a short ram for that nice sound the short rams make, and the difference in temperature during winter should not hurt you as much as it does during summer.

    And you will not have to worry about water getting into the system. Unless, you submerged that section of your Lude into a lake or something.
     
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