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KennyLam258 03-22-2016 09:36 AM

Will you track your NSX?
 
How many of you will drive the NSX as a daily?

or even take it to the track??

Apparently, on the tracks, it's a smooth ride, just constant pull of power!

Along with the launch control, the 9-speed transmission is smooth and quick as well! :eek:

1fastAcura 03-22-2016 02:06 PM

I will drive it as a daily, after all it was meant to be an every day supercar, one of Acura's goals, much like what it was with the original.
Track days for me will be few if any, my main goal is something I can daily drive and have fun with on the street and highway. With 500hp it's definitely going to hook up nicely.

KennyLam258 03-22-2016 03:22 PM

:)
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by 1fastAcura (Post 29801)
I will drive it as a daily, after all it was meant to be an every day supercar, one of Acura's goals, much like what it was with the original.
Track days for me will be few if any, my main goal is something I can daily drive and have fun with on the street and highway. With 500hp it's definitely going to hook up nicely.

That's true. I agree with you.

Would you do any add-ons/mods to it?

RedNSX 03-23-2016 08:58 AM

The NSX is going to be a daily driver. I've never been on track and why would I do that when I can take it on daily scenic trips on nice twisty roads?
It may be smooth on track but I'm sure the NSX can be smooth on the road too.




KennyLam258 03-23-2016 09:02 AM

lol
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RedNSX (Post 29905)
The NSX is going to be a daily driver. I've never been on track and why would I do that when I can take it on daily scenic trips on nice twisty roads?
It may be smooth on track but I'm sure the NSX can be smooth on the road too.

Yeah, I would use it as a daily too :)

I just heard it was smooth on the track and was curious if anyone would track the NSX

Are you going to take it on road trips too?

St.Who 03-23-2016 01:27 PM

The windy roads are amazing to drive on but going to the track you can really see the vehicle's abilities and limits. Speed limits, other cars, and other laws prevent you from doing that on regular city roads.

KennyLam258 03-23-2016 02:47 PM

Tracking
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by St.Who (Post 29977)
The windy roads are amazing to drive on but going to the track you can really see the vehicle's abilities and limits. Speed limits, other cars, and other laws prevent you from doing that on regular city roads.

I agree, I would probably take it to the track just once to test all of that.

Are you looking into purchasing the NSX?

forty5th 03-24-2016 12:59 PM

I'd definitely track it. Which is why I'm contemplating on waiting for the non-ceramic brakes to be available.

KennyLam258 03-29-2016 08:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by forty5th (Post 30121)
I'd definitely track it. Which is why I'm contemplating on waiting for the non-ceramic brakes to be available.

Nice! Do you currently track any cars?

You should wait for it then! haha

1fastAcura 03-29-2016 01:53 PM

Are you planning to upgrade the tires to the higher performance set? I remember seeing publications reporting on how bad the standard tires are for performance in the way you'll be experiencing it. However it is a good set for the street and some track use, good for the average owner .


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