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post #11 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-03-2016, 09:48 AM
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I assume the NSX will have a linear power delivery but we'll have to wait for someone to publish a dyno chart to more accurately see at what rpm the power is being delivered.



The viper has a curb weight around 3386 lbs...
From what I've read on Car and Driver, the NSX was estimated at 3700 lbs..
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post #12 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-03-2016, 11:46 AM
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One thing that's for sure is we'll have to wait till these get into the hands of owners since that's what aftermarket companies will also get their hands on these. At that point we'll be able to see some baseline dyno runs, even a follow up showing how they improved it.



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post #13 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-03-2016, 03:57 PM
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I'm really interested to see what they're gonna push out of this when a reputable tuner gets their hands on it .. Think UGR or someone would take a swing ?
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post #14 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-04-2016, 08:51 AM
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Henessey is in line to produce an upgrade kit. UGR probably won't touch the NSX since they mostly deal with Lamborghini and Ferrari with the odd Audi thrown in.



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True .. and I highly doubt Alpha would even consider it as well.
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post #16 of 27 (permalink) Old 05-04-2016, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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Well at this point it's quite open to any brand that is know to modify anything in the segment since we're dealing with a whole new breed of NSX this time around, a breed that will attract a lot of new people. Acura went for mass appeal this time around, just look at how it compares on paper and in real situations from what we've seen in videos up to this point.
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My real interest is to see how it'll stack up to the GTR to be real, After people get their hands on it and see the potential, the aftermarket support should open up quite well.. or not
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I'm in for seeing that as well, with the current GT-R. But when the next generation GT-R comes online, then things will really heat up. At this point they're just doing some of the typical end-of-production improvements to the current one. So a car that came out in 2009 (GT-R) vs. a 2016 (NSX). Rather see it come more relevant... 2018 GT-R? vs 2017 NSX!
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Once they get a look at the 2017 NSX, the 2018 GTR will definitely go through some serious innovation. Inspired at that point not just to be a bit better than it was before, but for the goal of annihilating its competitors, mainly the NSX. That's something to definitely look forward to !
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Once they get a look at the 2017 NSX, the 2018 GTR will definitely go through some serious innovation. Inspired at that point not just to be a bit better than it was before, but for the goal of annihilating its competitors, mainly the NSX. That's something to definitely look forward to !
Most definitely, the supercar world has been heating up quite a bit. Competition is only going to get more and more intense.
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