|To begin at the beginning: great car (and motorcycle) companies are built on great technical heritage.|
Mike Hailwood on the 1966 Honda RC 166 6-cylinder GP 250 bike.
|Nice Tribute Colors!|
|Acura NSX: easy supercar to live with, and to use (some of) its performance in the real world--if you travel light.|
I'll have mine in silver, please.
| Acura RSX Type S: Honorary Si--or maybe the Si is an Honorary RSX Type S... Best-looking mass-market Honda.|
By now, all the pieces were in place: d.o.h.c. iVTEC, great gearbox, limited-slip, quality i.r.s., and good looks.
|Stock is good enough for me. Maybe a set of wheels... Well...a turbo kit would be nice... If you're a flatlander, a case|
can be made for a pony car. If you live within a 100 mile radius of the Dragon, the S-2000 is a no-brainer.
|Speaking of turbo kits... The Gen 5 Civic Si, with a d.o.h.c. transplant or turbo kit may be the most bang-for-the-buck|
Honda has done. Great basic platform: light car with A-arm front suspension, not struts.
|If you're gonna do a tuner car, why not a restrained "Tribute To Honda Racing" vibe? Curb-cut challenged, though.|