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Old 22 Nov 2007, 10:01 pm
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Default acura NSX - what year is the best???

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Old 22 Nov 2007, 10:16 pm
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97 and newer, the nsx-T model is fastest.the ones before are 0-60 from between 5.2-5.8, and the newer ones from 97 are between 4.5-4.8also, the newer the car and less kilometers on it, the better performance youll get out of it naturally. and engine is like a human, once it starts to get old and worn down it starts to get slower and less efficient. good luck, they are sweet asss cars.
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