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05-27-2016 08:05 AM
Shawn Add some strut grills, it'll be what the kids call "swag"
05-26-2016 05:57 PM
|\|SX I rather have black over the other one, other one just looks like some aftermarket grille, nothing I could say belongs on the car from factory. Trying to think of what other inserts can be used.



05-26-2016 08:48 AM
NightWing I would say just the lighting. I doubt they would offer grille options yet
05-26-2016 08:44 AM
FastAndFurious Was looking at the configuration page and found this picture where the grille is two different colors. Is this just form lighting or is there another grille option we can choose?

05-24-2016 02:06 PM
Shawn Agree completely. These are enthusiast vehicles meant for the drive.
05-24-2016 01:27 PM
1fastAcura
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Definitely. Given in my younger years, I've driven Hondas with solid mounts all around, gutted interior, straight piped, etc. I really don't mind the "lack of luxuries" and rough rides. I actually quite enjoy it.
yeah and these days most cars that are made with daily driving in mind are more than good enough. It might discourage the new comer to the brand but someone who really wants the NSX will have no problem putting it up to daily.
05-24-2016 08:24 AM
Shawn
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That is indeed a downside but it really depends on the individual, some people can really put up with driving a car like that every day. It just takes a serious gear head to do that. I've seen guys drive fully track prepped Hondas on the street, these things were barely street legal.
Definitely. Given in my younger years, I've driven Hondas with solid mounts all around, gutted interior, straight piped, etc. I really don't mind the "lack of luxuries" and rough rides. I actually quite enjoy it.
05-20-2016 11:21 AM
1fastAcura
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If you're adding the viper to your car collection, then chances are you won't be driving it that often compared to a daily driver like the NSX. To each their own and if you can afford both, why not?
That is indeed a downside but it really depends on the individual, some people can really put up with driving a car like that every day. It just takes a serious gear head to do that. I've seen guys drive fully track prepped Hondas on the street, these things were barely street legal.
05-20-2016 11:18 AM
NightWing I've actually read a review about someone attempting to daily drive a viper. It was compared to playing darts with a sledge hammer. Unaware if they were talking about the Gen2 though..
05-20-2016 08:59 AM
RedNSX If you're adding the viper to your car collection, then chances are you won't be driving it that often compared to a daily driver like the NSX. To each their own and if you can afford both, why not?



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