Exclusive Content…Big Mike’s Prelude build…part 3…

Hmm…not sure what happened here but at the pace Big Mike is going with this build, it almost isn’t surprising…

The F20B is now officially out, clearing the way for the entire bay to be stripped down…

One of the first things that had to come out after the engine was the gigantic ABS unit. Having ABS is good of course but not for this kind of build. The OE Honda ABS unit is so bulky and comes with so many extra lines that there’s no way to have a completely cleaned and tucked bay with it in there. Not to mention that extra fusebox and wiring that’s required to run the entire ABS unit…

Fusebox out…

Brake booster, master & slave cylinder, hard lines, all out…

Gutted.

Here’s a shot of Big Mike’s arm after it got caught up on some cut hardlines. It’s bleeding arm hair haha…

Once the bay was completely stripped, the attention turned to the interior. The dash, carpet, and seats are all coming out…

Yes, I’m also wondering why there’s a clothes hanger just chillin under the carpet…

That’s it for now. With the work week coming up, the progress may slow down just a tad because Big Mike actually has a job and school…but to give you guys an idea of what’s coming next…

New parts…

…and custom brake and fuel lines…

Thanks for looking.

6 thoughts

  1. I never realized the ABS and brakes lines were so ginormous in a Prelude. Was this a similar case with your Accord Joey?

    • Yeah, was a pain in the ass. Shit would always get dirty. I could’t even move my battery to the rear because the second section of the abs unit was right under the battery and it looked terrible.

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