Not necessarily. The term "tuneup" isn't always used consistently, but I believe it most often refers to the interval when the spark plugs are replaced.Tom239 said:When they say the first tuneup is at 105,000 miles, does that mean that current production NSXs don't even need valve adjustment before then?
Hugh said:Why don't automotive journalists ever mention the fact that the Porsche 911 made its debut in 1963. The current incarnation, the type 997, is just as ugly as the first one. I suppose there's no accounting for bad taste. :biggrin:
Lime Green NSX said:I just like that it is still in production... Nothing easier to find parts for then a long trem production car.