The turbo kit and motor was built by a reputable Acura service technician who was also the original owner of this NSX. He was extremely meticulous and documented every step of the motor build so I trusted him. The type of turbo he used was even safer because it is able to achieve a decent amount of power at lower boost than other turbochargers of this size,” Sean says.
The PTE T4/T67 turbine finds a home in the rear half of the NA1 with a C30A engine that has been completely blueprinted and balanced. The entire motor has been refreshed inside and out with forged Wiseco pistons inserted into the block to handle boost pressure. Both cylinder heads have been resealed with new parts and inside sits nitrate-coated intake valves paired with Inconel exhaust valves to better sustain heat. Comptech exhaust manifolds replace the dated factory headers and everything from the water pump to the most basic of seals has also been renewed. Fuel delivery to the new beefy boost setup comes via 630cc Siemens injectors delivered via a Walbro pump. The five-speed transmission that helps deliver power to the wheels is a brand-new assembly featuring an Exedy Hyper Single clutch and Science of Speed damper delete.
The exterior of his NSX has been completely reimagined. The factory lines still exist but the entire body has been bulked up with aerodynamic steroids in the form of a FX Motor Development eight-piece widebody kit. The added room in the wheelwells from the FX kit allows Sean to house double-staggered VIP Modular VX410 wheels. The front is an 18×9.5 wheel, and the rear is a staggering (no pun intended) 12.5 inches wide! To give it a nonconventional appearance and touch, the entire car has been wrapped in 3M Satin Pearl White. The satin finish gives the deep red coating on the VIP Modular wheels that perfect contrast. The red hue also transfers over to the interior where the seats, door panels, and adjoining pieces have all been accented with red stitching.