Sorry boys no updates. Right now is HS golf season. And I have a tournament everyday for like 2 weeks. So If Im playing golf, im not making money. But I do have one paycheck coming. So expect and update by the weekend.
Diggin the build - nice pics- sorry about your fender bro - we will do the quarters on Tylers car next year.
His will need a passenger side rocker panel as well.
We live north of Kalamazoo - where about the Great Lakes region do you live?
Rust - ya - we northerners have to deal with it - arggg...LOL
awesome read man. You really inspire me to fix my car lol which I am doing at the moment. gotta post up more pics of the project though! Hey what are the advantages of painting the headers with high temp paint? I was just going to put heat wraps on mine.
Lol nothing. The high temp paint means that the paint i put on the header can withstand high heat... Its just for looks... Terma wrap would be a better way to go if your looking to stay cooler... Ill eventually wrap mine.
Ok guys one of my buddies came over and helped me out with my exhaust! We got that on but have a really really bad exhaust leak on the mid pipe where the flexy thing is. Made the car sound all leaky. Also when driving it, it was doing the hesitation, so we pulled the code and it was a 4 and 2. MAP sensor.
No body has any suggestions or insight?? i like to hear it guys.
One more thing, I am thinking about keeping my polished OEM wheels, and just getting new tires. the only problem is the gap between the fenders because im lowered 3.3 in the front and 2.8 in the rear. Should I just rock some spacers to fill the gaps a little? Or just leave them kinda sunk in?
Also Im thinking about painting the car pink for breast cancer awareness. Since the prelude has been labeled a "chic" car by some people. What do you think?
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