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Jeff's NSX Version 2 2011 07 15 22 10 41
This NSX started out as Red 91 with 55,000 miles on it was stripped down after two weeks of ownership and the build began. The front fenders, rear quarters and rockers are Sorcery the Hood is Route KS. Rear bumper. hatch and front splitter as many other parts are custom one off raw carbon fiber made by owner. The airlift system ( Variable Ride Height ) is from Umbrella Auto Design the car does not have air bags. The car is wrapped in Matte White vinyl over the winter the door jams will be fixed to match as the engine bay. The Exhaust is Sorcery no longer made rims are Advan RS 18-19 brakes are custom with milled brackets to handle the 6 piston calipers. Interior is custom Alcantara and Leather with many more custom pieces to many to list. Motor will be pulled this winter and fit with custom ITB's and will be featured in a National Car Magazine next spring. Door jams and engine bay will be taken car of also. More pro photos can be found on NSX Prime photo section and JDM Chicago websites.

Honda NSX Twin Turbo vs Porsche 911 Turbo S
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2017 Acura NSX: The Slowest Supercar in the World? - Ignition Ep. 143
The Acura NSX is certainly not a slow car – with 573 hp, it’s anything but. However, we’ve been waiting for this car for almost a decade. It’s finally here, with a bespoke, 500-hp twin-turbo V-6 and three electric motors that provide real torque-vectoring – and step in to mask turbo lag. The NSX has all the ingredients for the tastiest supercar, but does it all work as well as the original NSX did? Will it make Ferrari step back and say “whoa” once again? Does Honda’s decision to stuff the NSX full of so much technology actually make for a better-driving supercar? Motor Trend Senior Features Editor Jason Cammisa heads to Sonoma Raceway to find out on this episode of Ignition presented by Tire Rack. Read the full story here: Ignition appears every other Monday on the Motor Trend Youtube channel. Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! Facebook - & Twitter - & Google+ - Instagram - @mt_ignition Website -