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Whichever stupid azz muther fuck put that picture of the ugly Trans Am, you'z a dumb mother fucker. Who wants a piece of shit, unrefined car. There's a reason why the NSX cost so much and that's cuz it's got a lot of technology in it, unlike those stupid little "GM" cars with cheep plastic and shit. Fact is, if you try to race a Trans Am against an NSX in a REAL race track with REAL turns and everythin, the NSX would loose you after a few turns on the track, cuz V-8 muscle cars can't handle for shit. Oh, and that MAZDA PROTEGE owner, hell no the Protege ain't more comfortable than the NSX. Have you seen the amount of leather in an NSX? I just aint down with that cheep cloth interior in your little shit MAZDA.
Hey whoever wrote the message after me. You obviously don't kno much about ccars. You see, refinement is important becuz a car has to be built to perform AND LAST at the same time. 2 years from now, when your Corvette or Camaro is only worth like 1/3 the price you paid for and you tried to sell it cuz it keeps breaking down on you, you'd be the one to go suck a riceboy'z dick you azz fucker. And one more thing. Since you seem to believe that your Vette can do 60 in just 2.7 seconds, you better go look up the word CONCEPT in the dictionary then.
First of all, there's no doubt that the Vettes or the Vipers are fast rides. The performance figures definitely come close, if not, slightly better than the 360 Modena in certain categories. But what we don't realize is that the 360 Modena is an "entry level" Ferrari that we're talking about. THE CHEAPEST ONE AVAILABLE. I for one, would hate to see a Vette or a Viper run against the TRUE Big Boyz from Europe. Seeing how we all believe that the more cylinders the better, how's a V-12 sound. The F-50, the AWD Diablos, or the McLaren F-1's can easily mess up a Vette or a Viper. Don't get me wrong now. I don't hate Vettes or Vipers, but I think Dodge and GM should aim at the Big Boy cars from Europe so for once, we can compare our fastest to Europe's fastest, instead of our fastest to Europe's slowest. And I'm talking non-modified cars here. Straight out the production plant. Finally, I wanna give a shout out to all those who love the NSX. If Japan didn't have a stupid azz law that limits t...
Hey Marc. It took me some research but I did manage to find a site that explains briefly about the 280 hp limitation in Japan. The site is "formen.ign.com/news/24127.html". You might be interested in checking it out. You did mention the NSX being rated at 290hp. Now of course manufacturers will not be able to crank out exactly 280 hps. So they'll crank out as much as possible knowing that the gov't will let it slide if they exceed by a little. Some still fall short such as the Mazda RX7 rated at 255hp. But the most exceeded that I can think of would be the Toyota Supra and the Mitsubishi 3000 GT VR4 both rated at 320hp. Not close to the Corvette Z06's 385hp or Viper's 450hp but if any of these Japanese automakers dare to exceed the 280hp limit by 100 horsepowers of a difference, then we're talking lawsuits that might put their company in jeopardy. Now that wouldn't be considered smart business. As far as NSX moving to North America goes, well, the word "WHY?" pops into my mind. It's lik...
ps. As a final thought, i want all who reads this to understand that i'm not here to make any enemies with anyone. Marc feels that his message is his humble opinion. I feel the same for mine as well.
Bottom line Dale, why should anyone be affraid to admit they have a Japanese ride. They are well built reliable cars. I have a Civic and one can laugh at me all they want for admitting to it, but my ride's never left me stranded, cheap to own, and looks flashy being semi-decked out just like any other car out on the streets would (import or domestic). And for those three reasons, I aint affraid to admit to people that I OWN A JAPANESE CAR. Talk about good budget planning. But if I had a fat bank account, I wouldn't mind settling for a Ferrari though. But then again, these are just another set of words. I gotta get rich first.
To comment on Aaron B.'s question posted on the first of July, it really is interesting to watch people modifying their cars at amazing amounts of prices, I myself put about 5 grand modifying mine(nothing compared to others). Definitely money down the toilet in my own opinion! But the reason why I spend money on modifying it is the sense of pride I feel when I finish a project. Those of you who value your rides and have done you're own installations know what I mean. But I think if you look at those of us who do spend large amounts of cash on modifications as just another odd bunch just like the bunch who buys the NSX at 80g's or a corvette for 45 g's, then we're no different than each other. We're all certified car nuts. ps.. I do plan on keeping my Civ for a long time to come. The motor that Honda's make are among the few out there that has a longer life span than a giant sequoia..