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Honda Prelude 89 automatic, How to pimp it out?

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Old 05-31-2016, 01:03 AM
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Default Honda Prelude 89 automatic, How to pimp it out?

I have an 90 and a 91 prelude. 88-91 are 3rd gen preludes. Differences are that you have a series 1 bumper and red/orange tail lights. Mine has a series 2 bumper and white/red tail lights.
Alot of people like to swap their 88-89 tails for 90-91.

To do this you must get the 90-91 tails, bumper and mini cn900 key programmer trunk lid. Also there is a metal "wall" that can be either fabbed or bought so that the new tails fit right. Body kits can be seen on ebay also, not much to choose from. There is also the pricey xenon kit, which= teh sekks.

Oh yeah don't buy any fuel pressure regulators or Vag com 15.7 ecu chips, its all bull. Our ludes can't be chipped. Especially yours, you have a PK1/PK2 ECU, OBD-0, you can be tuned but not by fake aftermarket computer chips.

Your year lude has the better looking front bumper IMO. You can get an HID (High Intensity Discharge) kit (blue lights that you want) for your fogs off of ebay for like $160.

Your headlights are different though. They are a sealed beam, so you would have to start off with an H4 conversion. You can get one off of ebay as well, just make sure that it is a glass lens and not plastic, because if you ever do an HID conversion, you'll melt the housing. Check this site out for HID for our 3g.
 
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