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This comment is in response to Wyndell(sorry if I spelled it wrong) The problem is the NSX was never known for its straight line speed, You have a Mustang GT, a car that had a drag racing heritage, but were the NSX may fall behind in the straights, I more than garentee it will make up in braking and cornering. If you don't think that light weight and cornering is important, then watch the American Le Mans Series. Pay paticular attention to the LMP1 Class Audi R10's and the LMP2 Class Penske Porsche's and Acura Prototypes. While us Americans have been mainly designing big muscle cars like the Viper and sort(there are exceptions like the ZO6, and Ford GT) the rest of the world has been working on balance and light weight. There is nothing wrong with that, its part of our heritage and who we our, but in my opinion I rather drive a car hard in a corner than in a straight line.