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My new NSX is now ready for viewing...

19 December 2004
Glastonbury, CT
I finally put my mind to work to figure out how to get picture up. Hopefully this works as I'm was once told I was a bright fellow...

Of course the sight of and NSX is probably a little less special to others that have them, but none the less here are a few pics.

Day 1 of my new 2000 NSX



I'm would likely hit the top 10 for most anal retentive car owners so I have spent the last few weeks writing up an 'incoming inspection log' of items I need to get up to my requirements. So far I replaced the cracked engine cover with a new one from a prime member. That's looking good. I have a short shift kit, NSX-R stalk and a Parrot MKi9200 BluTooth ready to go in as well (I'll be documenting the Parrot install since it doesn't appear anyone has). It is lowered 0.7" & 1" which I probably would not have done but it seems to be fine. It does have NSX-R front stabilizer bars with Tein Springs and Bilstien shocks. I could do with out that stuff. I'm taking a beating on the road so far. Pretty damn stiff...

In any case, there she is. Can't wait to hit some events (and frankly sell my Porsche so I can afford to keep the NSX...).

See you soon.
You can go back to stock springs and sell the Tein springs on Prime. Someone will snap them up. Stock springs and bilstien shocks ride nicely. That's what I have. Good luck, you car looks to be in very nice shape.
I'll have to learn the picture posting details. I will probably go to the stock springs as soon as I can. It's definitely a bit rough. I recall my 1992 being a much nicer ride. That said, to each their own for those who like the Teins.
Testing the pic posting. Figured I put another photo up while in the process...

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/58042737@N05/7173961952/" title="NSX-T3(2012-04-27) by michael_lohr, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8160/7173961952_9c02b76c5a.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="NSX-T3(2012-04-27)"></a>
Yes, I do have the official Honda flood lights. I'm not in love with them but they are good. Right one is loose so I have work to do.
I noticed the same thing. It's all due to the angle. Here is the other view point...

<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/58042737@N05/7181597744/" title="Boxster-NSX-T2 by michael_lohr, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7105/7181597744_dbac802932_b.jpg" width="1024" height="683" alt="Boxster-NSX-T2"></a>