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Discussion in 'Asian Forums' started by PandaBeat, Nov 28, 2008.
Typical redneck dream, I expected nothing else from you.
V8 + VTEC + 100-120hp/l = vtec kicked in y0
jesus doesnt like cars, he doesnt have a licence.
(BUT IF HE HAD ONE HE WOULD DRIVE AN ITALIAN CAR SORRY)
No, he would drive your mom
definition of "funny and original"
why would he drive a piece of shit that catches fire for no apparent reason?
because jesus has passion
passion of the jews
Honda V8? EPIC
Is that some sort of new rotary engine?
Unfortunately this engine will probably be like their V6 engines- smooth and quiet, yet powerful. I'd like to see a V8 like some of their 4cyl engines- high revving and a little crazy.
That a V8?
"No, I'm not fook yu. I'm fook mi" <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/tongue.gif"></A>
"You've got to have the right tool for the job." "You can't bring a knife to a gun-fight." Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. We've heard it all before. Honda makes some excellent engines, there's no doubt about that, from small displacement four-pots that rev through the roof to gloriously smooth and reliable V6 units. Unfortunately, the fun stops there, as the Japanese automaker has steadfastly stuck to its guns, not building an eight-cylinder engine when it can do just as well with fewer pistons.
Regardless of how competent its six may be, nearly all of Honda's competitors offer V8 engines in their top-level models, and Acura fanatics have been begging for a range-topper to compete with the likes of Audi, BMW, Lexus and Mercedes-Benz for years. They may soon get their wish, as Honda's CEO Takeo #$%#i has stated once and for all that Acura will indeed be getting an eight for its next top-level sedan.
What good is a beefy engine if you can't get the power to the ground? A big, heavy V8 engine over the front tires is a recipe for a horribly unbalanced front-driver, and Honda realizes this. So expect the aforementioned sedan to get rear-wheel-drive to go along with its newfound infusion of displacement. When? Not until 2015 according to some industry sources. That's a veritable eternity in the auto biz, so we have to wonder if has let the cat out of the bag a bit prematurely.
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ha ha good one
ahaha, it censors "f u k"
So Honda CEO Takeo FUkui gets censored
Does it come with Vtec?