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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-15-2008, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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so i raced a prelude

and i beat it bad

he had an intake and muffler on it but it still didnt keep up with me i was pulling away like it was nothing felt great but right after that i started seeing cops pullin people over with guns drawn so i slowed it down

alls thats done to my car is 2inch front drop 2.5 drop in the real and a CAI and i ate that prelude like it was a moped
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Whoa Trigger! Hold them horsies...LoL! Don't get overconfident...never street race...just out accelerate the competition when it's safe! There'll come a day when something will leave you "hunting" for your doors..LoL!

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Yeah prelude are weak i have raced one and bet it and also raced my friends honda at the track down the quater mile and beat him.

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yea it was more of an accelaration race any ways i passed him and had to get in front then he tried to pass me and i just smashed on him he never even was able to get the nose of his car next to my doors
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Last gen preludes with 5-speeds aren't slow...obviously was an earlier model, he woulda torched you with those simple mods. I've raced an H22 01 prelude and it was no joke. Nice kill though.

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lol I eat preludes for breakfast

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h22 prelude vs a 2.2 from a dig the 2.2 will prevail till about 80 mph and then they will pull on you like your sitting still..

from a 40 roll they'll squash you like a bug.

thats from my experience with a few h22 preludes.
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