2000 Honda Prelude
Owner: Phillip Kendall (trl_666)
Date Added: 04/08/2005
Date Updated: 04/01/2006
Ride Specs
Engine

Stock DOHC for now.

Interior

Stock.

Exterior

Stock yet

Wheels/Tires

17" Konig Unkowns wrapped in Yokohama Parada Spec 2 tires 215/40ZR17 84W

Supension/Braking

Stock

Audio/Electronics

Alpine head unit.

Future Mods

R-34 Front bumper and I hadnt decided on side skirts and rear yet. Coilovers,new shocks, Big brake kit, Sparco Seats and 4 point harness. New paint job. Then onto the engine.

Comments
Posted By: trl_666
Date: 05/10/2005
I am definatly thinking about the suspension. I havent fully found exactly what im looking for yet. I havent found a place I can get a engine from either. I have gotton hooked up with an audio store that also does other car mods and they are hooking me up with a good bit of stuff so hopefully soon I will have all the pics of that stuff up. I also need to find some brake upgrades

Posted By: PR_Civic_Street
Date: 05/02/2005
when u get ur engine swap...u need to think about a really good suspension to support the extra weigh....think bout it

Posted By: trl_666
Date: 04/30/2005
Well I know its short ram but around where I live we just call it that so im sorry to the people who are giving me some duff over that. I will have my alarm system and keyless entry next week then I have decided the first thing afterwards is gonna be my engine swap. Then wheels tires and suspension. I am definatly into the handling and speed of my car more than looks so they are going to come second. Thanks for all the comments L8r


Posted By: PR_Civic_Street
Date: 04/19/2005
yo...thats not a cold air intake...thats short ram. but other than that the car looks stock. theres sooo much potential for a 97 Civic EX...

Posted By: parki59
Date: 04/10/2005
good start....the engine swap would be mint! keep up the good work.....later

Posted By: AllShowNoGo :o)
Date: 04/10/2005
If it has a radio get some rims first then lower it.

Posted By: meunit910
Date: 04/09/2005
Very nice ride. Glad to see you purchased a manual transmission. The b18 motor would be a good mod for your civic. Keep it clean..

Posted By: 93Civic4dr
Date: 04/09/2005
Hey. So far its not to bad. Id say do your audio system first and then worry about the outside. Or you could get wheels and lower it, then audio, and hold off on the body kit till the last. Have you ever considered doing just a lip kit on your car? I want to do that on my car, just because everyone does bodykits and there hard to maintain. Just cuz of parking curbs and then during the winter time. O well your choice. Have fun with your honda. Peace. Check mine out sometime.


Posted By: 1sickcivic
Date: 04/09/2005
nice ride, future mods look good

Posted By: jezekracing
Date: 04/08/2005
hmm....stock. Late.

Posted By: BlenDeR
Date: 04/08/2005
Thats not a "cool" air intake. It's a short ram. Drop it 1st, are you into taking turns or just gonna do it for looks? How far are you willing to go on you suspension? KYB AGX matched with Eibach, H & R, or Tein springs are a good budget suspension. Or you can go with Koni Shocks & Ground Control Coilovers. If you want superior handling for a resonable price, I suggest Omni Power Coilovers.