Acura TSX A-Spec Concept

From Acura press: The 2004 TL, which went on sale last month, features a bold, new design, a powerful 270-horsepower engine, sport-tuned suspension and an assortment of leading edge technology.

The TL A-SPEC kit enhances handling and styling with a track-tuned suspension package that lowers the car by approximately one inch, 18x8.5 wheels equipped with Yokohama tires, performance brake pads (for automatic transmission-equipped models), an underbody kit, a deck lid (or rear wing) spoiler and Acura A-SPEC badging. The TL A-SPEC kit will be priced at approximately $5,000 plus dealer installation and covered under a factory warranty.
In addition to the A-SPEC equipped TL, Acura division displayed a TSX A-SPEC Concept with modifications and accessories designed by Honda Access America, the accessory division of Honda, to showcase the car's high performance personality. The concept is equipped with numerous prototype components including, shocks and springs, Brembo front brakes and a deck lid spoiler. It boasts interior modifications including Recaro front seats and a Momo sport steering wheel. Also on display for Acura was the Skunk2 RSX Racecar. Built to compete in the NHRA All-Motor Class, this car features an alcohol injected 2.4 liter DOHC VTEC engine with a K24 block and K20 cylinder head package as well as suspension modifications including a multi-link rear design, racing shocks with titanium springs and Goodyear tires. Acura also showcased a supercharged NSX modified by enthusiast Duke Tubtim. Utilizing accessories from major aftermarket companies like Comptech, Sparco and Takata, Tubtim has taken the already formidable NSX to an even higher level of performance.

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