1999 Honda Prelude white
Owner: matt (Irishman)
Date Added: 02/26/2004
Date Updated: 02/26/2004
Ride Specs



Black/gray, everything is stock,








stock cd player

Future Mods


Posted By: civicspeed888
Date: 06/16/2006
how much did you buy it for????? cheap? if so, hit me up and let me know if there are anymore!!

Posted By: rce^rkt
Date: 02/28/2004
lip kit, slammed, keep the blades on and no wing and that will be sick

Posted By: Mr Drew
Date: 02/28/2004
The 5th. Gen. Honda Prelude is a great car! I own a 00' Prelude myself. First of all, lower the car. There are a lot of suspension setups but the most common is lowering springs & aftermarket shocks. You won't need a camber kit if the car is not lowered more than 1.5in. After lowering, buy a set of wheels. 17s would be best for performance and 18s would be show. Just find a wheel that is not wider than 7.5in and has an wheel offset no smaller than 42mm and no bigger than 50mm. As for tires, the best setup would be 215/40. The best performance bolt-on for the Prelude would be a cold air intake from AEM or Injen. You should be able to get all of the above with money to play with for $3000. Good luck!

Posted By: elmcityrican
Date: 02/27/2004
i would throw sum nice 17" gunmetal rims up there and get a carbon fiber hood, along wit sum carbon fiber mirrors and a full greddy exhaust...and sum headers and a AEM V2 intake....thats wat I would do..$3000 is alot to play wit

Posted By: The Lude
Date: 02/26/2004
17" rims, and greddy cat-back exhuast to start off

Posted By: SweetHonda24
Date: 02/26/2004
wheels, lower(camber kit and struts as well), cold air, headers, exhuast and that should be a good start

Posted By: TekSI
Date: 02/26/2004
these cars are so nice as is...i'd concentrate mainly on the engine, but a little suspension couldn't hurt. cosmetically, don't change much, if you don't do everything perfect it won't look good