I don't think so. Installing a supercharger DOES limit the number of people who will be interested in your car. But I think the value of the supercharger is recognized by the NSX enthusiast community. I think it's considered desirable enough that someone will be willing to get a supercharged car and will even be willing to pay a premium over the price of an equivalent non-supercharged car. However, that premium might be $2-5K (just guessing here), so you should not expect to recover the full ~$10K cost of the supercharger in resale value.
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Most of the drivers that I read on these posts modify their cars for their own enjoyment and to suit their personal driving styles, rather than modding with regard to the resale value of the car in later years.
IMO, you should do the mods that you want and then enjoy them. If you lose some money in the process, as you most likely will do, at least you will have owned and driven the car in the fashion that you wanted.
I currently have a 2000 NSX-T with the Comptech supercharger installed. I plan on keeping the car for a long time, but if I ever needed to sell it I would simply convert the car back to stock and then sell the supercharger kit separately. The install for the kit is pretty simple and switching it back to stock isn't too bad either.
Originally posted by ChopsJazz: IMO, you should do the mods that you want and then enjoy them. If you lose some money in the process, as you most likely will do, at least you will have owned and driven the car in the fashion that you wanted.