1999 Honda Prelude 5-spd Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 1999 Honda Prelude. I take
viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of this car while
showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique styling cues
to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details of it, start
it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough tour/review of
this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the
2000 Prelude stock vtec automatic
Completely stock. (save for the remote start)
This video was taken right after major maintenance.
All work was done at the local Honda dealer. :|
* New belts, timing, water pump, tensioner
* Synthetic oil change
* Transmission leak fix.
* Transmission flush
* New OEM air filter
* New CV boot
Honda Prelude SH on Twisty Highway!!!
Just chilling on a twisty road on what was my daily driver (sold). I'm not
on a racetrack, not maxing the car, just toying around a bit while staying
safe and coming back in one piece.
This is Highway 53 in Oregon. The road was halfway wet.
97-01 Prelude SH
Cheap $40 adjustable springs, stock struts
Stock Rims with great Bridgstone Potenza Tires, Speed Rated "W" (168 MPH),
no reason to drive that fast, but higher speed rating seriously helps with
grip at any speeds.
Cheap BOMZ racing cold air intake with old filter
Old clogged catyletic converter
ATTS unit is not functioning.
There might be cars out there that can take a corner faster, but few are so predictable,
especially for the price. The Prelude provides almost a perfect link
between the road and the driver. Steering is responsive, changes
direction immediately, especially with with higher speed rated tires and
slightly lower / stiffer suspension. Exhaust noise is beautiful, and the H22A4 2.2
Liter engine provides decent tourqe for its size.
A confident driver is good, and the Prelude gives you just that. An
overconfident driver is as bad as a nervous driver and that can happen in
Whatever the car, you still need common sense in the end. Stay safe. On
downhill turns, make sure you brake early and drive slower through them.
Uphill gives you much better grip in any car, and shorter stopping