Friday, August 24, 2007

HONDATA Breaks Four Landspeed Records

Co-founder of Los Angeles-based Hondata, Doug Macmillan, set 4 new records at the Bonneville Nationals Speed Week in his Acura RSX. The modded RSX had 2-liter front wheel drive 2003 Acura RSX in the G class altered coupe and competition coupe classes, competing in both gas and fuel categories. One of the records set was a highest one-way speed of 190.1 mph (305.9 km/h) in the G/FCC class (with nitrous oxide) and 172.mph in the G/GCC class (naturally aspirated). The K20 engine, built by Prototype Racing makes 270 HP naturally aspirated and 390 when running on nitrous oxide.

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