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The Pike's Peak International Hill Climb will begin on August 12 after being postponed due to wildfires in the area. It does not appear to be keeping any of the insanely modified cars that race up the mountain away, though. Lovefab, a Michigan-based car tuner that specializes in creating turbo systems for the Acura NSXHonda NSXJapan, 1990 > present will enter a highly modified twin-turbocharged NSX into the competition, and if you think what is under the hood is crazy, just look at it.
The uses a twin-turbo version of the C96S engine found in the NSX that produces 850hp. Lovefab sells the turbo kits based around a Garrett turbo and a large variety of parts that it builds itself including the exhaust, water-to-air intercooler, intercooler water reservoir and a variety of other parts.
In addition to the wild engine modifications, Lovefab has added large front and rear wings and a unique body. If it were not for the engine and chassis coming from one, you could barely call this car an NSX.
Below there are three videos that Lovefab has released of the car. The first one is testing for Pikes Peak, while the other two show earlier evolutions of the car.
182 cu in
274 hp @ 7300 rpm
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annual ownership cost