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  1. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar
    Thank you for the kind word, Paul.
    Posted this in FB UK Owners group but stuck in the garage cleaning all these rocker arms and found minor issue....

    Good to see Takuma-san on the podium especially after the pitstop issue earlier in the drama.
    Interesting enough, I took above photo with Takuma-san and his late father after the race long time ago.


  2. Senninha's Avatar
    Hi, Kaz.
    I hope you took time for the Monaco GP, and, I hope you saw your good friend take to the Indy 500 podium
    Rgds Paul
  3. ozon02's Avatar
    The owner was very lucky that this NSX came into your hands

  4. NZNick's Avatar
    Great photos Kaz - thanks for sharing.
  5. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar
    Won't comment on the specific case but there are several communication channels available between the owners/dealers/parts centre/head office/R&D/etc in Japan and depending on the seriousness/priority, some actions may be taken.

  6. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar

    Testing but not enough mileage/time covered yet.....

  7. solidol's Avatar
    It would be nice to figure out how to use 3p coils on 91-94..
  8. solidol's Avatar
    Hi Kaz, in regards to revised soldering on the main relay, do you know how Honda collects feedback from the field? Have you ever communicated anything directly to their R&D department maybe?
  9. NZNick's Avatar
    Wow - that was a lot of work! Hope the owner will be even happier with his Type R now.
  10. Senninha's Avatar
    What a lovely treat to work on the NSX-R model ...
  11. britlude's Avatar
    Enjoy your break Kaz ��
    Updated 27-12-2018 at 03:47 PM by britlude
  12. exiges1's Avatar
    Merry Xmas!
  13. The King's Avatar
    Merry Xmas Kaz from the other side of the pond!
  14. exiges1's Avatar
    Thanks for the reminder Simon. No it’s not for those but in case I want to put my OEM 7 spokes back on in the future.
    Merry Xmas!
  15. NSXGB's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by exiges1
    Hi Kaz, is that the U.K. part number?
    Are you interested in these for your aftermarket rims Tony? I don't believe they will fit as your wheels will most likely have tapered seats.
  16. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar
    Good point.
    I think code SNW is for the FD2 4Dr Civic that was only available for Japan market???
    If so, probably not easy getting it through HUK.

    Looks like Lings Honda website is changing so not easy searching for the parts using the OEM parts no.....


  17. exiges1's Avatar
    Hi Kaz, is that the U.K. part number?
  18. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar

    Standard OEM nut

    Wheel lock nut

    Just got the delivery of 08W42-SNW-000 and I can confirm that it's the correct one for our NSX and it's in black finish.
    As always, the wheel lock nut has significant difference in weight compared to the standard one so please consider where to fit it.


  19. NSXGB's Avatar
    Thank you, I will check it out.
  20. Kaz-kzukNA1's Avatar
    In 1994, I bought 08W42-SL0-000 (black finish) but it was discontinued long time ago.

    Modern Honda models are using different hub bolt size so I don't know whether it will fit or not but 08W42-SNW-000 is in black finish and could be suitable for our NSX but don't count on me for this as I have never used it on my NSX….

    I may order a set for myself as I replaced the rest of the standard black wheel nuts several times in the past and just done another round but without the wheel lock nuts so good test fitting opportunity.

    Updated 01-12-2018 at 07:30 PM by Kaz-kzukNA1 (extra info)
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