Posts Tagged ‘Acura’

SR Auto Acura TL on PUR Wheels

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012:

With black being the new white these days, the tuners at SR Auto decided to hook up this Acura TL with some new glossy black PUR wheels. Typically when tuning enthusiasts go for the all black look, they want something unique. The Acura TL is the perfect sedan for those who want edgy styling yet decent performance. For this project, all the chrome and silver parts of the exterior were blacked out to give it a much more aggressive appearance. Final modifications to the Acura TL consist of H&R lowering spring to drop the car on the new 20-inch PUR 4OUR Depths rims wrapped in high performance tires.

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Acura Integra Big Block V8 Swap

Monday, April 9th, 2012:

We always love unique tuning projects and cars like this Acura Integra will surely impress those who witness it first hand. This car was recently listed on eBay where it pulled a $19,000 bid with the 6.5-liter Chevy big block V8 sticking out of the engine bay. The GM powerplant is so large you can’t even fit a hood on the Acura Integra unless you did some extreme modifications to it. We’re just wondering how the driver can possibly see out the front of the Acura Integra after watching the video and pictures below.

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New Acura NSX Will Be Built In US

Wednesday, January 11th, 2012:

Acura finally made an announcement at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show of the new Acura NSX set to be produced by Honda R&D America. This means the supercar will be constructed at the plant located in central Ohio, and US citizens will get a first hand look of the finished product in the next couple years. They say this Acura NSX will go on sale within three years, giving it an approximate arrival of 2015. What they didn’t tell us until the unveiling is that is looks VERY similar to the Audi R8.

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Acura NSX

Sunday, January 20th, 2008:

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This car was modified by Duke Tubtim after a 2003 Acura NSX. This fabulous racing car has a V6 Engine that has 322 horsepower and can reach 100 km/h in less than 5 seconds. The car’s maximum speed is 270 km/h. He installed a lot of performance parts in this car and the exterior is almost completely changed. New side skirts, rear valance, door badges, a great carbon fiber hood from Science of Speed and a carbon rear wing that actually improves the car’s handling. As for interior, he installed new seats, steering wheel, a lot of high-performance audio video equipment and a PS2 console.

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