I'm in a 'burb of the NW side. I'll probably take this to a few cars and coffee and maybe a show here and there once I wetsand the orange peel out.Lude AEM, what part of Indy are you from? There is fellow prelude owner down there named Brandon, he has a bb6 Turbo prelude.
Anyway, great to see continuing on with the build of another and keeping another lude on the road!!
You dont need an entire plate under the car.That's exactly what I did to my header. Helped but doesn't hug the pan as much a as it could. Any more trimming I would have to have the trim off the welds. I've seen the skid plate but to me it didn't cover enough. If anything I may fab up something in the future.
Let me see your skidplate mounted on a car.You dont need an entire plate under the car.
1. I will look absolutely hideous.
2. It adds unnecessary weight.
3. My skid bar is designed similar to the OE but way stronger.
4. If you put a skid plat it will catch on things on the road which my Skid bar does not.
When designing the skid bar I took into account all normal daily driving scenarios and this was the most affordable and durable of the designs.