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    Re: 1986 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si

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    Is funny though, just glazed over it
    It's not just you. I'm LMAO that it took a half-dozen posts for anyone to see the break! It leapt out at me first thing and I kept reading and wondering how long it would go undetected. Even the great Old Blue missed it, and he never misses anything!
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    Re: 1986 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si

    Got my OBX muffler on, straight-piped from the header. Iím the happiest kid on the block, now tax returns!


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    Re: 1986 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si

    Quote Originally Posted by 86'HPSi View Post
    Got my OBX muffler on, straight-piped from the header. Iím the happiest kid on the block, now tax returns!

    Looks awesome!

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    Re: 1986 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si

    Thanks. Simple and clean, something different.

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    Re: 1986 Honda Prelude 2.0 Si

    Initial step, get the fuel pump, you can utilize a municipal or all inclusive style in tank pump, I utilized a Weathercocks 300, the instruments you require are: a level head, Phillips, needle nose and bolt jaw players, 10mm torque and attachments, 17mm torque or attachment, a 7&8mm wrench(optional), wire cutters/snickers and 2 female fittings...

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