97-01 Honda Prelude - Tecko MES ColorSHIFT Gauge System
Honda Prelude gauge cluster converted from the stock amber lighting to Blue LEDs that switch to red when VTEC is engaged. Please note that the car was on jack stands when the video was taken and the ECU is modified so VTEC kicks in at 6000RPMS as opposed to the standard engagement point. This system is available for purchase at www.TeckoMES.com.
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and polish your headlighs! Enjoy!
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No Spark Diagnosis (Honda) - EricTheCarGuy
It's been a while, I've missed you. In this little tutorial I'm covering
the basics of diagnosing a Honda ignition system. I had some technical
difficulties while doing this one (I forgot to press record on a couple of
occasions and missed a couple of shots) and didn't get all that I had hoped
in this video. In particular I was hoping to show the use of a test light
to do this diagnosis but didn't get all the footage necessary so I'll go
back and shoot that at a later date. I'm hoping there is enough
information here to get you started in understanding and diagnosing your
ignition system so that you don't have to buy stuff you don't need trying
to fix a problem.
Here is a link to a place where you might find the tool I used in the video
I want to give a shout out to Greg Insco who donated his car for this
video, he's trying to get on some show called Survivor next season and I
helped him with his application video. You can check him and the video out
via the link below. I just checked the link and I see that he hasn't
posted it yet but says he will on the 28th of December 2009 so keep
checking back on that.
As always you can find me at EricTheCarGuy.com, as I said in the video
there are new things coming to the site for 2010 so keep checking back to
check those out.
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SRT4 called me out: Had some fun! turbo FA5: stock engine, trans, head,
cams, etc... everything except the clutch. TD Autowerkes manifold, 3" down
pipe all the way out to Vibrant street flow muffler, tial 44mm wg, mid
sized turbo, vertical mount Intercooler setup.
2nd gear = 5psi
3rd gear = 8.5psi
4th gear = 8.5psi
Federal RS-R tires @ 235/40/17
SRT4: 3" Exhaust, Intercooler kit. (getting upgraded and
tuned, will have rematch soon)
LEDmod.com BMW M3 E46 Custom Gauge Face and LED Conversion
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It was done with red LED, but camera tends to make it look like orange...
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Honda Prelude Stock 0-60
This is my first official test of my completely, 100% Stock 1997 Honda
Prelude (Base). I was 16 years old when I took the video, and this was my
first car and m/t I have ever had. When I took the video, and used a
"Canon PowerShot SD890 IS" digital camera. I had recently just had it
fully serviced with new timing belts, water pump, and valve timing done by
an ex Honda pit crew mechanic. No laws were broken in the video =). I
only had the car for one month after taking this video, and therefore you
can see that i couldn't shift very well, sorry about that. Thanks for
watching and please, tell your friends about this video!
780 whp Honda Prelude Turbo - Borg S372 Dyno video of my Honda
Prelude at 32psi on C16 fuel. Car uses F20B block, H22A head, S372 turbo, stock cams. Tuned with Hondata S300. This
is a reupload of the same video with a new lame song since sound was
removed from my other video due to copyright issues.
Tecko MES - 97-01 Honda Prelude - VTEC ColorSHIFT Gauges
ColorSHIFT Gauges work with VTEC equipped Honda vehicles. Tecko MES can
convert your cluster to an LED based system for that unique look and easy
to read output that will also change colors once VTEC is activated. The
color options available for the 97-01 Honda Prelude include Teal, Violet,
Red, Green, Blue, White, and Yellow. Any of these colors can be the primary
color or the VTEC enabled color. Visit www.TeckoMES.com for more
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.