It's been a while since an NSX update, like most workshop projects, they get pushed aside for projects that help pay the bills. However, for our Instagram followers (Instagram: @greaserco), you guys may have seen some of the work we've been doing.
A brand new set of OEM Honda NA1R NSX Taillights, coilovers and a set of Regamaster have found themselves on the NSX.
We installed most of the hanging panels and spent some considerable amount of time making sure the gaps on the entire car were just right. An expensive paint job is one thing, but proper gapping of panels is just as important showing that care and time as been taken on the car. It's an art within its self that takes time, patience and an experienced eye. It can make or break the car, GAP THOSE PANELS boys, and girls!!! Luckily for Greaser, our in-house panel beater body specialist Phuoc knows all the tips and tricks.
A couple weeks back we posted a photo on Instagram of a broken Allen key and hex bit next to the NSX ABS unit (Tip: Invest in good tools).
It is quite well known in the NSX community that the ABS unit is flawed in that it accumulates dirt and road debris due to its low mounting point, over a time affecting the way the car stops. We weren't going to take the risk and decided to overhaul the entire unit.
Ready to assemble.
Part of the overhaul process was to also clean the other parts of of the ABS unit.
All done and ready to be installed back into the car, sad thing is the ABS unit is positioned really low for a better centre of gravity so all the lovely details from the unit is hidden away.
Next on the list: VROOM VROOM VTEC YO