1997 BB6 Honda Prelude Mugen Twin Loop Exhaust Zoom H1 H22 VTEC
After many tests and hours of driving around at a local track, I've
narrowed down the most decent settings with the Zoom H1 in order to capture
the sound of the Mugen Twin Loop Exhaust. I did the best I could with the tools,
software and my current knowledge. I still think this is a terrible video
but I've been trying so hard to capture the right balance of engine and Exhaust note in one clip that I'm
thinking I require more mics in order to capture the sound one is able to
hear in person within the cabin of the vehicle. So this video will have to
do for now until I master this stuff.
Spoon Spoon Sports
I ♥ Japan
5th Gen Prelude
GoPro HD Hero
Mugen Twin Loop
Mugen Twin Loop Exhaust
Honda Civic EJ8 Custom Build Widebody Flits
Since the majority keeps nagging about the lambodoors, neon and stating the
easy to post 'ricer', I thought it's time to upload an update and yes, the
lambodoors and neon are trashed ;).
But then again there's something new to complain about, since it's not the
OEM version you all like to see! Hmmm, that's something to think about....
complains about modified cars and yet, your youtube search stopped by
looking at my video :P :)
Back to the content of the video, it's a complete custom build wide body
which took me almost a year to finish. Rims are from Racinghart. Front 9,5J
With 225*35*18. Rear are 10J With Falken 245*35*18 Curious of the replies,
i'll be waiting :)
Best VTEC sounds compilation PART 2
Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4QCdqy3woXo
You like it? Want more? Like & subscribe for the next video! Burnouts, anti
lag, hig revs, big turbos, 2step
battles... etc. Coming soon!
1997 Honda Prelude Detailed Review
Ginny Buckley reviews a car for people that wanna have fun - the 1997 model
Honda Prelude. She'll be overviewing it's performance and handling, as well
as seeing how practical it is. The '97 Prelude comes with a 2.2 litre
V-Tech engine, which produces 185bhp. Plus we'll be speaking to Stephen
Hollings from Honda UK, who'll be telling us more about the Prelude and
what they hope to achieve with this, the 5th generation model.
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
Prelude BB1 H22 Vtec Test drive Camera
Engine Stock H22A2 10,5:1 Sparks denso iridium IK22 + Magnecor kv85
skunk2 pro series intake manifold
JDM SPEC Air Box from h22a7 or Prelude Type-S whit K&N filter. bypass
valve hunder the airbox eliminate.
Exhaust:Greddy Header 4-2-1, Decat
custom made catback 63mm diameter internal.
transmission: Exedy clutch stage 2 + lightweight flyweel 11-lbs.
ECU: custom Map vtec start 4500 rev limit 8200