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Honda NSX by Science Of Speed

Since its first appearance Honda / Accura NSX made a lot of fuss, mostly due to the fact that it was a super car that did not impress. It had the muscle but it lacked the looks. The excellent review that was given by the F1 driver Ayrton Senna made all the car enthusiats to wonder why the car is not considerated a true super car. When it was released it packed a 3.0 liter V6, that gave 270 hp at 8000 rpm. A performance that was equaled by the European manufacturers only after almost 2 decades.

1991 Honda NSX

1991 Honda NSX

Now we’ll introduce an NSX on steroids. More powerful, more aggressive and sexier than ever. Same wide body, but adjusted to fit the driver, wider front and slicker rear end. The engine, an 3.5 liter V6, it’s a C32B modified. If stock this engine put out 290 hp and 304 Nm of torque, with new pistons, crankshaft, camshafts it puts out 380 hp and 302 Nm of torque. Slightly less torque but more power, the loss of torque is insignifiant on this light weight body.

2012 Honda NSX Modified

2012 Honda NSX Modified

Other than a powerful engine we can find a modified 6 speed manual transmission with LSD. A modified transmission deserves an Pro Dumpers and Hypercoil springs. To put all the power on the tarmac we can use with 245/40/R17 tires on front and 275/40/R18 on rear.


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