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Acura NSX Type S (Mk II) specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1705 kg (3759 lbs)
Dimensions 4.47 m (176 in) long, 1.94 m (76 in) wide, 1.22 m (48 in) high
Wheelbase 2.63 m (104 in)
Years built 2022 - 2022
Origin country Japan
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Submitted by 196ss

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Performance

0 - 60 mph2.9 s
0 - 100 mph6.7 s
0 - 130 mph11.8 s
0 - 150 mph17.3 s
1/4 mile11.0 s @ 126.0 mph
Top speed307 kph (191 mph)
Lateral acceleration0.99 g (10 m/s²)
70 mph - 047 m (155 ft)
100 mph - 093 m (304 ft)

Powertrain specs

Engine type Twin-Turbo 75-Degree V6 Hybrid
Displacement 3.5 l (213 ci / 3492 cc)
Power 608 ps (600 bhp / 447 kw)
Torque 667 Nm (492 lb-ft)
Power / liter 174 ps (172 hp)
Power / weight 357 ps (352 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 391 Nm (289 lb-ft) / t
Transmission 9-speed DCT
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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RDR  3d ago

I think car can do better than 2.9 and 11 flat. These are the numbers that standard NSX did. My guess for the Type S is 2.7 and 10.8 sec.

 

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FastestLaps  3d ago

I am not sure if straight line performance was the focus of Type S evolution. It was probably more about handling performance, driver feedback, integration of this complex drivetrain etc.


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Bugatti4Life  6d ago

How's my vision of the NSX Fastestlaps?


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Wiped  1w ago

Why the weight is wrong? It's 1770 kg (with lightweight package and 1796 kg w/o). Hope someone would change it.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

Fastestlaps what would you change about the NSX and why?

 

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FastestLaps  1w ago

If I started from scratch, I would make it conventional engine car, same type of engine (V6TT), but much lighter. I am not sure if I would make it rear wheel drive or 4 wheel drive with torque vectoring (basically Nissan GT-R 2.0).

Since they already invested so much in hybrid powertrain and 4 wheel drive, they need to continue in this direction and it has potential to be better than rear wheel drive or even 4wd conventional V6TT car would ever be. It's already good and much improved in Type S version over the launch NSX.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago @FastestLaps

What do you think of my vision of what it should be?


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

Then the highest trim would be the Type R. With recalibration on every part of the car for better handling. And it would need to weigh under 3,200 pounds and make 690 horsepower and 600+ pound feet of torque. Then the aero which is adjustable and cane make from 450 to 800 pounds of downforce.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

The Type S variant would be lighter and more powerful as well as tighter and more nimble. The power output would need to be 618 to 640 horsepower and 578 torques. The weight would go down as well with a goal weight of 3,270 pounds. The suspension would be roughly 18% stiffer and more aero with roughly 600 pounds of combined downforce.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

Also it would look more like the NSX instead of this so I'd have it take inspiration from the original. And just for people who love driving I'd put in a 6 speed manual option and make the 9 speed a 7 or 8 speed.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

If I was in charge of what they did with the NSX I would have them do a high revving twin turbo V8. Which would need to sound naturally aspirated and rev to 8500 rpm. The power requirement would be 590 horsepower and 532 pound feet of torque. And I'd also make it keep its heritage by making it simple yet live able and key word which is lightness. Goal weigh would be 3,340 pounds and it would be rear wheel drive.


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

I wish they also did a Type R version because I really wanted to see what a 650 horsepower 500+ torque track focused NSX could do. Honda-NSX-Type-R-main.jpg


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benedekpuskas  1w ago

GT-R is still among the best launching ICE cars

 

 

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Lambolover  1w ago

Porsche kinda spun tho but beating Type S is good enough


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benedekpuskas  1w ago @Lambolover

Yeah that's true


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Aaron  1w ago

The C8 literally does not belong there.


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TypeF173  1w ago @Aaron

Exactly my thoughts when I saw the Porsche 992 Turbo S, I was like the Corvette? Not needed!


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Simbaa  1w ago

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FastestLaps  1w ago

Very rude.


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TypeF173  1w ago @FastestLaps

Simba is a very naughty little cub meauow, more like pussycat!😂


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Bugatti4Life  1w ago

F off Simbaa


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Corvolet3  1w ago

He's still upset about his father's death.


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Lambolover  1w ago

Look at little Simba
Gonna cry?


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hostboy  1w ago

Seeing that the NSX Type S is a supercar built in Ohio, it's a beautiful Japanese-American supercar. But it's made in a non-union plant, which is why the NSX is so expensive, yet slower than a Corvette Z06, and it's surprisingly slower than the 911 GT3 as well only because Porsche underestimates power ratings in each segment for marketing and emission reasons.

Dividing by 1.5 and 2.0 gives UAW-equivalent MSRPs of $113,000 and $84,750. It's a special edition, so I am believing the former would apply if it was made in a union plant. The Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing isn't even a supercar and it's faster AND equipped with more luxurious features than the Acura NSX Type S (at least past 60 mph), not to mention better on the track, too!

NSX Type S can't rival GT-R Track Edition, let alone NISMO

...And as far as price goes, both the Corvette Stingray 3LZ and the Corvette Z06 are in the same ballpark as the CT5-V Blackwing...


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Jesskoen  2w ago

they could have at least for the last model made a true NSX, RWD and NOT HYBRID!!!


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dr. cosimo  3w ago

some numbers to add for the biggest flop in automotive history right after the lexsux lfailed :)

same car tesded below also reviewd by dougie

 

note to hostboy: this car will get you no sex after you spend over 200k with options to pick up high school girls at burger king.

C&D

0-60: 2,9
0-100: 6,7
0-130: 11,8
0-150: 17,3

1/4 mile: 11,0 @ 126 mph

Weight: 3,898 lbs

Price: $192,495

 

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hostboy  3w ago

Slower than a GT4 RS Cayman. I'm kinda disappointed


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Corvolet3  3w ago

Japanese just can't make supercars. The NA1/2 NSX-R being an exception


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TypeF173  3w ago @hostboy

Who says it's "slower?" the Porsche got exactly the same 1/4 mile time and speeds? That's IF the above figures are correct? It's lunchtime here and there's no time to find any links (that everyone else provides anyway?) but the Porsche is ahead a mere 0.5 seconds at 150MPH? That's inconsequential. ;)


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R18Robbin  3w ago @TypeF173

The times are correct and it's from the latest issue of Car and Driver.

The Type S is just a limited edition for collectors, it is not that great, considering it costs over 190,000 USD and has AWD + Hybrid and can hardly hang with a base C8 Corvette Stingray and Cayman that goes fast around corners.


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Bugatti4Life  3w ago @Corvolet3

Oh really now??? Did you ever look up Lexus LFA where is that car from oh its Japan!!! Don't say something like this before thinking, the NSX-R would have had more power if it weren't for the rules of the max power allowed which was only 276 horsepower. I know it actually had about 290 but I bet if Acura/Honda didn't have to worry about that rule then it would have a power output of about 350 horsepower.


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Shwingbob  3w ago @Bugatti4Life

Nsx and lfa is it. No hypercars too


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196ss  3w ago @Corvolet3

Can't agree with that.
The late 80s and early 90s were the golden age of Japanese supercars.
But there's still something interesting now and then:)


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Technically, the LFA is a grand tourer. It's slower than the SLS AMG, the C6 Corvette ZR1, and the ZB2 Viper as well, and barely above V12 Vantage, CTS-V Coupe, F13 M6 territory.

Real supercars from that time were the 458, 599, Gallardo, Aventador, 997 911 Turbo S (and its RWD GT2 RS variant), SLR McLaren, MP4-12C, Noble M600...


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

We talking about Japanese cars though


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Bless your heart, Shwingbob!


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

Bless your fart, Hostboy!


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Jesus Christ dude you are so hella retarded, if a $500k car loses to supercars AND GRAND TOURERS half or a quarter of its price then it's either a Rolls-Royce or a plastic pos Lecksucks.

ZR1, M6 and Vantage >> tinyman Japanese cars, including LFA and GT-R

The Japanese have a good economy, but not good cars. Their age of consent laws are among THE lowest of ANY developed country, too. Nissan's now ex-CEO is a complete CROOK and we ALL know Nissan's CVT crap cars are EXPENSIVE to repair overtime, even if they are cheap (@MSRP) at first.

The ONLY good thing about US-market Honda and Toyota sedans is their superior quality. In some cases, they are better than entry-level American and German sedans, but they're still overhyped and loved too much by shit social media influencers and models.


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

still a super car (by japanese standards) what gt car of its time beats it


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

also the age of consent things is weird and a bit unrelated


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

If you think nationality defines what is and isn't a supercar, you're clearly a racist. The LFA was BUILT TO TAKE ON THE EUROPEANS, and still lost. It's slower than any GT-R made past 2011 and still barely quicker than the 2009 model.


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

the conversation is JAPANESE supercars, what are you rambling about?


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Japan is semi-literally the Asian equivalent to Las Vegas. Full of crooks, drug and gambling addicts, crazy retarded "models", overhyped by wannabe elites, full of bullies as politicians/educators/CEOs, etc etc. Japan doesn't want American trucks or SUVs into their land, but they make their own trucks and SUVs around the same size. HYPOCRITE JAPAN.


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

have you been to either?


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Las Vegas, yes.

Japan, no. But THEIR ocean sushi tastes nowhere as good as American farm sushi. So much for being "domestic" sushi. Japan=Junk-on


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

you just buy bad Japanese sushi


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

You're mad because I'm into the things you're not, which is women in bikinis and real cars. You're into Trashinese autos, or Xtra small d**k riceboy motors.

Rice translates to Jasmine in English. What kinda male wants a predominantly female name?


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

Im a usdm guy not jdm, you sir are a retard who hopes a girl who he bought mac and cheese for will love him back


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FastestLaps  3w ago

I have promised myself to never ever watch a video with a person standing next to a car with arms stretched out to the sides.


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Shwingbob  3w ago @FastestLaps

but doug is quirky


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Doug is blunt


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Corvolet3  3w ago @196ss

Which Japanese car except for the NSX would you actually consider a supercar? The Skylines aren't, neither are the Supras, and most definitely not the MR2. So what's left?


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hostboy  3w ago @Corvolet3

The LFA is much more of a supercar than the NSX and GT-R, and it still isn't one. The Japanese made great econobox muscle cars back in the '80s, 90s and aughties, until they were abused by rice boys and their companies were taken over by filthy politicians and CEOs who mated with the British to create degenerate platforms like OnlyFans for American weeaboos to simp to their human equivalent to exploited ricemobiles...

America has hot rods and rat rods. Australia has hoonmobiles. Britain has gentleman-like GTs. What good does Japan have, really?

The 5.0/5.7 Toyota and 5.6 Nissan motors are 2-3x as expensive to modify as the Ford 5.0 Coyote, which can easily make up to 1000hp with just $14,000 in mods.


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TypeF173  3w ago @Corvolet3

Toyota Celica!😜


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Corvolet3  3w ago @TypeF173

Miata 😂


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Corvolet3  3w ago @hostboy

The LFA isn't exactly a great supercar, but a supercar nonetheless.


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hostboy  3w ago @Corvolet3

High price tag =/= supercar. I don't count Corvette Z, Viper, Vantage or California as supercars either, but they still walk all over LFA on a strip and in a rolling start. 458 and Gallardo will absolutely KO the LFA

The GT-R and NSX would LOSE to a Corvette GS of the C7 generation, let alone Z06, ZR1 and C8 models if they had RWD. C7 GS and 991.2 Carrera 2S both do 11.9sec quartermile times, GT-R NISMO and NSX Type S would do 12.0 at best without the advanced 4WD systems (or if switched to 2WD mode, assuming that mode exists in either of those cars).


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Corvolet3  3w ago @hostboy

So? The Ferrari 348 was slow for what it was too, yet people consider it a supercar. The LFA literally has the typical mid engine high revving engine formula of that time. Luxurious interior too. It's a supercar in every way.


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hostboy  3w ago @Corvolet3

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Corvolet3  3w ago @hostboy

"There were no series production supercars" Uhh yea sure buddy, if you forget about pretty much every 2 seater Lambo ever, the Lotus Esprit, the Ferrari F355 to F430, the 911 GT2 (996) and plenty more.

In what way is the SLS AMG not a supercar? It's fast, luxurious, stylish and can hang with supercars most of the time unless it's getting really twisty.

I would consider taking your meds.


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hostboy  3w ago @Corvolet3

Koenigseggs and Ultimas aren't luxurious, but they're still supercars.

The first "supercar" (not a racing homologation) was the Lamborghini Miura, the first REAL supercar was the Porsche 959 (followed by the Ruf CTR and Ferrari F40), the first hypercar was the Jaguar XJ220 (followed by fellow Brit McLaren F1 and their Italian rival Bugatti EB110), the supercar primetime was around the era of Ferrari Enzo/Porsche Carrera GT/Mercedes SLR McLaren, the first series production supercars didn't come out until 7-8 years later (458/certain versions of 997/MP4-12C), the hypercar primetime was the LaFerrari/918 Spyder/P1, the first series production hypercars didn't come out until 6+ years later (SF90 Stradale, Valhalla... the 765LT is debatable)...

To summarize, supercars were the hypercars of old money, and specialty sports cars were the supercars of that same finance. Neither the "supercar" nor "hypercar" labels initially came into mainstream fashion; the 458 supercar evolved from the F430 sports car, the MP4-12C supercar is kind of a spiritual successor to the V8 Esprit sports car, which, by the way WAS SPANKED by likes of the NSX, Supra Turbo, big dog Nissans (the 300ZX Turbo and Skyline GT-R), and Impreza 22B STI.


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Corvolet3  3w ago @hostboy

I think from all the nonsense you have posted here so far, this is probably one of the better posts but still nowhere close to the truth. You literally call the M850i and the SL43 "sports cars" despite weighing over 1800kg but at the same time you think the term supercar is thrown around too frequently.

Ah yes, because there's rare supercars and more common cars of the same maker with sporty attributes, that means cars like the first Gallardo are invalid to the title of supercar? The Ferrari 360 CS? The 430 Scuderia despite beating the Enzo's times? Honestly, I'm wondering how you're making up all this nonsense that has literally no source whatsoever except TrustMeBro.


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hostboy  3w ago @Corvolet3

Sports car has nothing to do with weight so your outcome is BS. Steel cars are much more likely to be heavier than aluminum and carbon fiber. The Ferrari F12 and Bugatti Veyron both weigh 1800kg+

Supercars and hypercars are not just about track times, because if that was the case then the ZL1 1LE Camaro and Shelby GT500 CFTP Mustang are supercars comparable to an F8 Tributo and 765LT.

Supercar is a combination of Ariel Atom/Caterham Seven/Polaris Slingshot mentality of dominating the track + Mustang/Camaro/Corvette/Challenger/Viper mentality of dominating the strip + exclusive or semi-exclusive fun + much less comfortable interior design.

They don't necessarily NEED to be "luxurious". It's not like the track special V8 Ferraris, the LT line of McLarens, or the GT line of 718s and 911s are particularly of that sort either...


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

Since when is a Polaris slingshot a fast track car and pony cars exclusive?


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Shwingbob  3w ago @hostboy

Why is the 360 not a production supercar?


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hostboy  3w ago @Shwingbob

Ferrari wasn't truly into the fighting game until the 458 Italia. The 360 Modena and F430 were fast in a straight line, but not as good on the track when compared to the Series 1 Gallardo. The Series 2 Gallardo came out with the sole purpose of defeating the F430; the Superleggera variant was a bit faster than the Scuderia equivalent but not by much that even Viper ACR and Corvette Z06/ZR1 dominated those two on the track.

Now the 458 Italia is a true series production supercar, and Lamborghini was about 5 years late to the game. They finally released the Huracán LP580-2 and LP610-4, which were faster than the 458 Italia but only barely. It took Ferrari a year later than Lamborghini to release the LP610's market competitor, the 488 GTB.

However, GM wanted to keep up so badly with the supercar segment that they decided to come up with reworked chassis for the Z07 and Centennial versions of their Corvettes, and they still weren't faster in a straight line.

The Challenge Stradale and the Scuderia were track specials, so I'm not really counting those as separate supercar models, as they were the precursors to the Speciale, albeit a supercar since it was obviously based on the 458 Italia.

The 458 is, indeed, a supercar, but it officially replaced the sports car in its own lineup. The SF90 Stradale "hypercar" (same chassis, same production line, same powertrain+a hybrid) replaced the 488 Pista "supercar" because there will be no track variant of F8 anytime soon; it's really like 765LT versus 720S Track Pack or 675LT.

Everyone seems to think the 458 was the 430's successor, but in reality the 430 had no true successors since the California/T, Portofino/M, and Roma all are front-engined (to be fair, the C8 Corvette isn't the C7 Corvette's true successor either).


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KoenigseggNerd  3w ago

note to dr. cosimo:
your patient doesnt get sex regardless. he aint get no bitches

regards,
koenigseggnerd


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hostboy  3w ago @KoenigseggNerd

You're just mad because reality knows domestics>imports on a road course, American>German>Japanese cars in terms of both performance and quality. Fast & Furious is a sad excuse to dismiss Japanese war crimes, hence why your fellow rice boys use that wartime flag as their bumper sticker...

THE ONLY GOOD Japanese brands are Acura and Mazda and even then, ONLY a select few of their modern cars are actually that decent.

[hostboy] doesnt get sex regardless. he aint get no bitches

Yes, I do. I get women. You and your jdm fairy queens simp to gold digger social media models and/or dyed haired wojaks that you call "bitches" where you compete with all the other losers who are stalking for attention

MoPar>Ford=GM>Korean autos>the rest. ESPECIALLY ANYTHING THAT RENAULT TOUCHES — including Nissan and Mitsubishi.

I tied Ford with GM on a technical scale, but it really is a bit higher in the league because its EcoBoost and Coyote motors are super-easy to modify despite their small displacement engines, equally comparable to the also iconic LS and LT motors. Also, foreign automakers and international designers tend to look after the Mustang and F-Series, not the Camaro and Silverado.


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B16BVtec  3w ago @hostboy

RE:Hostboy

American>German>Japanese cars

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QULoZUOdpgo
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Japanese>German>American cars


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hostboy  3w ago @B16BVtec

AND what happened? they never showed ET or trap speed? these punks/inbred crooks paid to see a drag race all with their EBT/stimulus cash?? they're so afraid they gotta hide s**t from the popo... wah wah crybabies!!! what a bunch of stupid rice boy NON-car enthusiasts, I hope their mother-(or-better-yet,-father)-in-laws disown their flaky asses for good

A 6.0L engine from America costs equally as much to fix, repair, modify as a 2.0-3.0L engine (varying on brand, with Nissan being the worst) from Japan.

A 5.0L Detroit-brand engine from America makes twice the same power as a 5.0L Toyota engine (a Nissan one will be even WORSE) assuming that BOTH are maxed out with forced induction, and it costs $25,000 to max out an American (Detroit brand) 5.0 versus $50,000 to max out a Japanese (or Japanese-affiliated) engine of the SAME displacement.

As a rule of thumb, $10,000 per liter to max out an engine from a Japanese brand (times 1.5 to 3.0 if it's a Nissan or Mitsubishi engine), $5,000 per liter to do the same from an American brand, both WITH forced induction AND intercooling. Half of that without any boosters...

EDIT #1:

Pentastar and Hemi bore spacing = 113.28 mm (V6 and V8)
VK bore spacing = 112 mm (V8)
VQ and VR bore spacing = 108 mm (V6)
JNC1 bore spacing = 98 mm (V6)

The Pentastar, though a slightly different design, uses the same bore spacing as the Hemi. It carries much of the same technology and structure from the Hemi.

Retaining the SAME stroke, the Pentastar engine as used in the V6 Challenger can be bored out to a whopping 5.0L! The VR engine as used in the GT-R can be bored out to 4.9L. And that's pony car vs. "supercar" both with six cylinders!

Because the engine bay is much larger in the Challenger, it will allow for twice the boost as the GT-R when equipped with turbochargers.

Phony Poser NSX is much worse, as it can ONLY be bored out to 4.1L!

🐦 America says F U to Japan 🦜

EDIT #2:

Literally THE ONLY non-Detroit car corporations that naturally, profoundly, AND proudly support the UAW 100% are Hyundai Motor Group and Volvo Car Group. PERIOD!!!

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Rimac Nevera >> fake ass Aspark Owl in ALL areas of performance+quality+durability!!!

Polestar 1 makes NSX look like a dog to the Polestar's human. Real carbon fiber design, none of that fake aluminum crap!!! Aluminum, plastic, steel all may look "good" on a family car, a muscle car or even a grand tourer or pickup truck, but DEFINITELY NOT on a supercar. NSX IS A NO-NO IN THE SUPERCAR COMMUNITY!

On a completely unrelated subject, here's Snoop Dogg and his son Doge...

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TypeF173  3w ago @hostboy

Quote>"AND what happened? they never showed ET or trap speed."

😂


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196ss  3w ago @Corvolet3

Here, of course, it depends on what you mean by supercar.
For example, if Ferrari Testarossa is a supercar and C4 ZR1 Corvette keeps up in a straight line and on the track, even though it's much cheaper, is it a supercar? In my mind, yes.
Accordingly, in the early 90s the GT-R R32, RX7 and Supra could well have put in a shame 911 turbo, 512TR and even Diablo. The 300ZX and 3000GT were also close to that level and could well beat a base Corvette and 911 Carrera.
That's even if you don't mention the NSX.
However, this didn't gain any continuation. By the end of the 90s the same RX7, Supra and NSX were already having problems competing with the base Carrera and were far behind from the 911 GT3, Turbo and Ferrari Modena.
It was the same story with the GT-R R35. When it came out it just smashed all the Porsches, Ferraris, Lambos etc, while still being a four-seater all-weather car. In fact, it's the R35 that we should be grateful for the 458 Italia, C6 ZR1 and the PDK. It's the one that pushed supercar manufacturers to move much more aggressively forward in terms of performance (only Aston Martin wasn't affected😀). However, the GT-R itself has changed very little after 15 years and is now in many ways inferior to its competitors.
Next up is the new NSX. When it came out in 2016, it was a great every day supercar. And in its niche against the 911 Turbo and R8, it looked quite competitive. However, again as time has passed, the rivals have moved on, and Honda has basically offered nothing new. The big expectations were for the Type S, but in the end it's essentially the same car for more money.
The LFA is a separate story altogether. It doesn't fit in any frame of reference. In some aspects it was great and in other aspects it was just awful. That's why it has so many fans and haters alike.
Sorry for the over-expanded response, I just wanted to put all things at their places.


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Corvolet3  3w ago @196ss

Well to be fair I always thought the ZR1 variants of the Corvette have been supercars. The C4 sure didn't have the interior quality of one but definitely the engineering and sheer power output to keep up with one.
As for Japanese cars, I'm just not really sure how to categorize them. They certainly beat the 911 of the early 90s but except for the GTR Nismo variants and the NSX I can't really put them in the supercar league. I'll continue this conversation later


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TypeF173  3w ago @Corvolet3

In a way you've answered your own question. Too many variants and too many categories. I had a look at a specific manufacturers complete range and it was way too busy with both? The electric production cars are making it worse! Smh!


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KoenigseggNerd  3w ago @hostboy

huh? i never said anything about jdm cars, but whatever satisfies your
superiority complex ig 🤷‍♂️


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Drags  1w ago @hostboy

Doug is a bad car reviewer, the nsx type s is one of the biggest disappointments imo. 10 year old Supercars are faster.


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Shwingbob  1w ago @Drags

doug is more quirks and features, not performance


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Shwingbob  3m ago

why is origin Japan, isnt acura a US founded company to where most acuras are sold?


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Casual Car Guy  3m ago

Type S is 11 kg heavier than the base NSX. Weighing at 1,770 kg with lightweight package equipped and 1,796 kg with standard equipment. What happened to Honda? This isn't what they did to the MK1.


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hostboy  3m ago

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Wiped  4m ago

Why you guys didn't add the Long Beach lap time? Why this page named Acura NSX Type S instead of Honda NSX Type S?


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FastestLaps  4m ago

Really interested to see how this compares to the lackluster base model. Remember, it was the Type-R that really made the Mk I legacy. Although, I have to admit, the base Mk I car, save for some quirks like overly long gearing etc, was already special.


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TypeF173  4m ago

Honda NSX Type S is IN production. First reviews are up! Are you ready European mid engined cars? Japanese power is coming!

*American power is coming! LOL!


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Casual Car Guy  8m ago

Add the Long Beach Circuit lap time -https://youtu.be/5ptVq3pbxoE


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redbadge  10m ago

Hopefully this model will finally have decent cornering abilities.


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Cocobe  10m ago

only that little hp more? Honda is raising their hp as if their engines were N/A engines and having trouble pumping any more power. meanwhile, a BMW M3 3.0 engine is pumping as much hp as this 3.5L V6...


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Corvolet3  10m ago

This one better be good.