A Trio Of Honda Motocompos On A Kart Track Seems Like A Riot!


Honda’s Motocompo is a diminutive two-wheeler that was built in the early 1980s with a 2.5 horsepower aircooled two-stroke single. The bike was designed from the outset to fit entirely in the trunk of a Honda City subcompact, in fact it was also marketed as the “Trunk Bike”. The premise was that you could drive […] More »

  Comments | By - December 5, 2016

377 HP Acura RLX Sport Hybrid Arrives to U.S. Showrooms

2016 Acura RLX Sport Hybrid.

What sounds like a spicy all-wheel drive sedan on paper, actually looks like a frumpy and bloated Acura on photos. But still, I wouldn’t quite write this one off until…

  Comments | By - December 1, 2016

Clarion Builds’ Supercharged Acura NSX Joins the Fray!


Clarion Stereo has had something of a history in building “project” cars. Their current ride is a 1991¬†Acura NSX sporting 210,000 miles, which has been restored and improved with the end result being the ultimate street-use sportscar. The restoration has been comprehensive, but here are some highlights. A late-model 3.2 engine swap (said engine is […] More »

  Comments | By - November 30, 2016

Another NSX Bites the Dust (Hard to Watch…)


Yesterday, you all probably saw a video floating around various social media outlets showing a red NSX on silver Enkei RPF1s casually crossing an intersection somewhere in Westminster, CA eventually getting t-boned by a Lexus RX SUV running a red light. Witnessing a car get hit by another is never a pleasing sight to see, […] More »

  Comments | By - November 29, 2016

Honda S2000 vs. Subaru BRZ: Street and Track Showdown


This is Honda-Tech, so we already know your answer when it comes to the “S2000 vs. [insert sports cars here]” argument. However, say you have a friend who wants something sporty and fun to drive, in the neighborhood of $20,000. That kind of money will buy a mint, later-model AP2 Honda S2000, or it could […] More »

  Comments | By - November 29, 2016

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