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Old 04-04-2003, 07:04 PM   #16
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what do ya mean?!?
I was watching an Autoshow one time, and they said if you're going to store it for a while [ie. for the winter where you don't run it for months], they said you should oil the cylinders, or something along that sort; and periodically rotate the tires so that one side doesn't get lumped; and they also said if possible, jack the car up so that the springs don't get crushed.
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Old 04-26-2003, 01:24 PM   #17
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that's a pretty mean car there...

400ish hp, and it's raced a whole lot...

and it runs with modded vipers and what not, so the hp number isn't really important...

it's interesting to note that the nsx doesn't need massive hp numbers to be a great contender...
i'm jealous, and i want one...
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Old 05-02-2003, 01:08 PM   #18
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NSX-R does 1/4 mile in 10.8 secs. 'Nuff said. Just imagine that thing with twins.
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Old 07-01-2003, 12:55 AM   #19
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Check out www.cybernationmotorsports.com

Currently they have a bolt on turbo kit set at 10psi on the NSX that dynoed 423hp on the rear wheels, and I think its a $9,000 kit.

Eventually they'll come with higher stage kits that come with cams, pistons, rods, etc to build up the motor for the heavy, heavy boost.

They have the most powerful RSX in the nation right now (a type-s of course) with 439whp. Theyll test out somethin for the NSX, just watch.

Oh and as far as NSX drag racing is concerned, Steph Papadakis' new drag civic is powered by a new NSX 3.0L powerplant that makes 1,400hp @ 25psi of boost, fairly moddest boost, and the car is projected to run 6.60s in the 1320, of course thats a projection, but if all goes as planned, steph outta see a winning season with the fastest pro rear drive car in the league. Only time will tell.
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Old 07-02-2003, 11:17 AM   #20
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Arrow Is it me or every one here is a ricer fanatic?

Sorry so try to understand me and I'll understand ricers
Why does everyone enjoy Ricers on the road today
huh ? not trying to be a ashole
In my opinion ricers/risers suck
so if you don't enjoy me
and DON't DELETE THIS POST
Sorry so try to understand me and I'll understand ricers
would you want me to bother you Acura fans again
if so DELETE THIS POST.
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Old 07-03-2003, 09:43 AM   #21
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Re: Is it me or every one here is a ricer fanatic?

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Sorry so try to understand me and I'll understand ricers
Why does everyone enjoy Ricers on the road today
huh ? not trying to be a ashole
In my opinion ricers/risers suck
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and DON't DELETE THIS POST
Sorry so try to understand me and I'll understand ricers
would you want me to bother you Acura fans again
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What does this have to do w/ Modified NSXs?
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I guess rice is anything, ANYTHING that comes from japan, cuz if it has anything to do with power, than if an NSX is rice... welp i think we could find some more cars we could call rice also.
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Old 07-03-2003, 12:22 PM   #23
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I had a very vivid dream last night that i bought a 91 NSX that had some things wrong with it (bought it for 17k ) and was working on the problems. It was so real, i woke up looking for my wrench...
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