MotorWeek Tests The New NSX’s Daily Usability

In the world of hypercars, supercars, and sports cars, there are often compromises required of enthusiasts. When the original NSX debuted in the late 1980s, the expectation of a high-end sports car was unreliability, but Honda flipped that script. Today, in the world of the 2017 Acura NSX, there is a level of discomfort. Things […] More »

  Comments | By - January 16, 2017

Honda Brings Full Lineup of Vehicles to Detroit, and Then Some

Honda-Tech was on-site to stream the unveiling, as well as photograph the lineup at hand. On the showroom floor were the new Civic Si, the new CR-V, the Clarity, and…

  Comments | By - January 13, 2017

EM1, SOHC, Turbo! Is This The Best Combo For Cheap Fun? EM1 SOHC turbo civic

Sometimes a simple and clean setup can be a lot of fun. this single cam EM1 proves that point. It’s really easy to over-do things when it comes to builds. There are exceptions to this rule, however. YouTube vlogger ThatDudeinBlue explains it perfectly with this very clean EM1. It’s not an Si, it only has […] More »

  Comments | By - January 12, 2017

Why Rob Ferretti Is Wrong About Acura’s New NSX

This Supercar Insider says The NSX is a ‘Flop’. Here’s our take on why he’s wrong.  Aside from the fact that Rob is using inflammatory language in order to attract more views to his videos (and we’re only helping him by posting it here), there are a few flaws with his logic. We’ll break down […] More »

  Comments | By - January 11, 2017

The Honda-Tech Shout-out: Fidanza Performance fidanza performance clutch flywheel

The hottest Hondas have always used manual transmissions. Honda transmissions are smooth as silk and make the motion of changing gears enjoyable. Whether it’s B18 swap paired to a 5-speed or a K-engine with a 6-speed, the manual transmission makes for way more fun on street and track. As fun as manuals are, they are […] More »

  Comments | By - January 9, 2017

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