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Old 12-26-2016, 11:32 PM   #1026
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My beautiful '91 SR 4WS was rear ended, hard.
I was hoping to fully replace it, or at least find one in need of minor front end repair.
Will travel, pay and love.
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Old 12-31-2016, 12:18 AM   #1027
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My beautiful '91 SR 4WS was rear ended, hard.
I was hoping to fully replace it, or at least find one in need of minor front end repair.
Will travel, pay and love.
I feel like this may be in the wrong section...
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Old 01-06-2017, 11:00 PM   #1028
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Not a 3rd gen, but some of you guys might enjoy this. A 5th gen with e-4ws imported from Japan. If it wasn't automatic, I'd be drooling!
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Old 02-22-2017, 01:39 PM   #1029
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Hi, newbie here, not sure if belongs in this thread but could anyone look at this & tell me if it looks legit or too good to be true? got for 1700, full honda history up to 99k

i've vehicle checked it, MOT checked back to 2003 & hpi checked etc & all looks good.

i know i wont know until i actually go & view it in person but
thought id ask the experts incase any alarm bells rang.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1990-HONDA...vip=true&rt=nc


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Old 02-22-2017, 02:51 PM   #1030
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I don't have any reason to think it's not legitimate. It looks like it's been repainted, so you'll want to check it over closely to see if you can find any evidence of impact damage.

I don't know what 3rd gen Preludes in your area normally sell for in this condition/mileage. But I will say that this is an auction, so the selling price depends on what the bidders are willing to pay for it. GBP 1700 translates to about $2100 USD. I've seen them sell for that where I live. I've also seen people asking more than that for a car in much worse condition.
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Old 03-06-2017, 08:43 PM   #1031
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Amazon link for rear upper ball joints - all ball joints are supposedly currently in stock.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z76GMA...vert-amazon-20

https://www.amazon.com/CTR-W0133-161...vert-amazon-20


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CTR #1617606 && 1617863 rear upper
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Old 03-16-2017, 02:49 AM   #1032
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Amazon link for rear upper ball joints - all ball joints are supposedly currently in stock.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004Z76GMA...vert-amazon-20

https://www.amazon.com/CTR-W0133-161...vert-amazon-20


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Moog #K9385 - front lower
Moog #K9750 - front upper
Moog #K9643 - lower rear

CTR #1617606 && 1617863 rear upper
I take it you didn't actually purchase these though? I tried hopping on the CTR website to see if I could further ascertain whether these will actually fit but I'll have to dig deeper later.
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Old 03-16-2017, 11:28 AM   #1033
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The link he gave to the CTR rear uppers is exactly what he said, the rear uppers for the 3G.
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Old 03-16-2017, 11:35 AM   #1034
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I take it you didn't actually purchase these though? I tried hopping on the CTR website to see if I could further ascertain whether these will actually fit but I'll have to dig deeper later.
I can confirm they are for the 3GP because I also bought a set.
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Old 03-31-2017, 10:06 PM   #1036
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/252366780025...%3AIT#shpCntId

Has anyone heard of them or used their piping?
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Old 04-01-2017, 10:27 AM   #1037
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88-91 Honda Prelude Mandrel Exhaust by TruBendz - 2.5" Aluminized Steel Tubing

Just search that on Ebay
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Any recommendations on mufflers and resonators?
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Old 04-01-2017, 12:38 PM   #1041
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I've heard of them and people using their Civic piping kits with good results, no personal experience though. Seems like a good deal. Obviously not bolt-on, but a great way to save some time and money vs fabricating an exhaust with a box of mandrel bends and straight pipe.
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I wanted to replicate the Thermal R&D exhaust but I also wanted to retain the stock looking muffler with the dual tips. I guess Ill have to figure out what resonator and length to get and muffler. I'll get this piping to mock one up.
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Resonators and silencers are all down to personal preference really.
The beauty is that you can add whatever you want for however quiet you want it.
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You can check out my garage pics if you want. It is the bigger of the two dual tip and this version has a double wall in the tips. It is magnaflow sport compact. I can get you part numbers for it and the polished magnaflow 4" o.d. 18"? 22"? inline resonator. But it wasn't cheap 8 years ago and it has gone up. Also even with the inline resonator and muffler plus my stock cat and neuspeed header it is quite loud. The resonator and muffler neither has any baffles in line to quiet it. They both have free flow and perforated tubes with there mesh around them internally. You would have to look at their website for the mesh design. It isn't fiberglass or at least not all of it so it might not be as loud as a glass pack like a cherry bomb. The only real time it is annoying to me the driver is going under an over pass and it bounces off all the concrete. It is throaty not really that much of a buzz. I have 2 1/4 non mandrel pipe but the next best thing to it. It is not the ribbed cheap bends.

For quiet some say that I forget the name as I haven't heard it in awhile I think it starts with a v? but I believe it is free flow two. Years ago I heard a baffled flow master onhere and it sounded quiet and others have said the same. That was more of a traditional muffler that would need tips added. I love the looks of mine and live with its loudness. If cops are a problem where you live for loud exhaust you can immediately on in town driving lay off the accelerator and up shift when you see one.

Performance wise I like the performance now on my b21a1. For the most part all I have done is header and exhaust and the other biggy was the integra 9.75 one piece cromoly flywheel and stage III sprung six puck f1 racing clutch and pressure plate.

I paid like a $135 shipped for the muffler and another $66 for the inline polished resonator both magnaflow but I doubt you could find them that cheap now but L.A. maybe. You can get a non polished ss inline resonator for about $10 - maybe $15 less exact same thing from magnaflow.

The hangers I got is 3/8" stainless steel with a nipple from verocious motorsports. They where on ebay and since then amazon and I am pretty sure they have a website. I also got six, 3 pair, blue polyurethane hangers off of ebay. I think they still sell them. They where around $15 a pair and really solidify the exhaust from banging around. I can run those down too for you. top speed motorsports I think. s3 part number small 3 hole. The 3rd hole is the H cutout.

Here is there website. $12.99 a pair plus shipping. Tell them you want the small version s3! The 3/8 ss rod I had bent at right angles so that it had more contact area with the muffler. That way your welding a 2" long leg on muffler and it won't break off. I think I might have a picture of this. The nipples help and make it harder to remove.

http://topspeedauto.com/universal-mu...ole-1-75-2pcs/

muffler: 14816 resonator: 14415

https://www.magnaflow.com/automotive...dual/products/

s.s. hangers with nipples 3/8":

http://www.verociousmotorsports.com/...ree-3-x-9-Long

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I had to use these 18" channel locks and grease to get them on then wiped away the grease. It was a bear but worth it.

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