Originally posted by RyRy210:
Okay, I'm not gonna ask out where the pics came from. However, do u have any idea the exact dimensions, including offset, of the front NSX wheels? I know its 17 x 7, I'm just wondering if the offset is also 55mm like the stock wheels. Thanks.
I'd heard rumors that there's a law saying no more pop-up headlights
Several US cars with pop-up lamps have DRLs -- they use a lower-intensity bulb in one of the auxiliary lamps. I think the C5 Vette and some Saturns do it this way... not sure about the Firebird/TransAmOriginally posted by NotFast:
I think this misconception is based on daytime running lights. If DRL's were the law, then pop-up lights would be pretty pointless.
There is increased drag when the headlamps are UP (when they are ON).Originally posted by nsxtasy:
Why air resistance? I would think that the continuation of a smooth, flat body surface - for better aerodynamics - would be easier to provide using pop-up headlights than fixed headlights. For an example, see the 1991-2001 NSX.