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    Check this vid out. A bunch of supercars pulling some hard laps. NSX Type R, Lambo murcielago, lambo gaiardo, porsche turbo, m3 csl and a 360 modena. This isn't even on a track that favours handling over power either and just watch how the nsx keeps the other cars at bay, they have damn near twice the power but they can barely lay a finger on it. Impressive shit I reckon.

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    NSX's are fucking unreal, they are one of the best balanced cars in the world, remember a test in Motor magazine, they said you hit a mid corner bump going hard and all four wheels just skip sideways then it settles again perfectly.

    NSX-R nails 0 - 100 in 4.5 secs, win.
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    dude in the nsx passes just like hamilton. cool vid
    stroked 2L ca18-ae86 in the build...eta xmas 2012?

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    its a shame theyre ugly as hell


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    ive come to the conclusion dan has more STi's than a Subaru Dealership, yeah i went there

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    Impressive machine, no doubt, but I think much of the credit goes to the driver.
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    The real question is - if you can not even make an attempt to write a question in the manner in which someone is likely going to want to answer it... do you really think you're capable of doing an engine conversion?

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