Originally posted by SexyRed:
Just removed my splash off my car. My Honda Tech friend suggest leaving it on. The splash guard does direct air to the brake disc. I think honda put it their for a cooling reason. Those that differ please input.
Why? Because you don't like the first opinion, from the largest and most respected servicer of NSXs in the Midwest, who has more experience on NSXs (and, particularly, tracked NSXs) than at least half of the others you list? I don't recall you clamoring for a second opinion when someone with a similar level of expertise, such as Mark Basch or Bruce Pettitt (of Niello), makes a statement about the NSX based on their experience. Why are you second-guessing John Vasos's professional opinion?Hrant said:Perhaps one of the considerations on this issue would be to ask for second opinion.
We already know that at least one leading servicer has...Hrant said:How many NSX mechanics who regularly service tracked NSXs have seen damaged ball joints due to excessive heat.
If this were true, then you would never get any reliable information about problems with the NSX from ANYONE who is servicing them. But that's not the case.jadkar said:since Acura of Brookfield I'm sure hasn't done any controlled tests and or experiments on the issue at hand. They have only commented on their own assumptions based on what they have seen. Plus, let's face it, it doesn't matter how many NSXs they service (I don't know the number) it still has to be a small amount because the car is not common.