Thank you for the nice comments! This is a great automotive community.Why you have 2 different car?This is actually the picture of the same car but taken at different times. The color of this paint is so bright that I have not yet been able to capture the true color of this paint. The closest one is probably the First Large picture on the first page. The paint also changes color during the day. Here is a new updated picture of the repaint of the hood and spoiler.The 5,500 rpm power issue. Remember this car is not an American big block. It has low torque figures when compared to the short block V8s. The supercharger simply does not come on at low RPM. As stated it hurt the low end power of the car (feels bogged down and slow throttle response). Haven't taken it to the track so can't verify the gains or losses. This Paxton blower is driven from a long shaft which doesn't help the efficiency of the setup. The NSX has 210 lb/ft of torque and when you put more strain on it at low rpms of course it's going to slow it down. You can see the dyno graph of this supercharger setup with lower HP levels below 5,000rpm range which proves my statement correct. I seriously would prefer a turbo for this car. Kicking in? NOT....I might not be well informed about the term of when to use kicking in, but I figured when you floor your car and nothing happens until you get a sudden rush of power that pulls your head back against the headrest. I thought this was something I could describe how the supercharger worked.Fast and Furious 2 No unfortunately the car was not casted for the movie, there was confusion on the money deal that didn't work out. Here is the picture of the NSX that did make the movie and was for sale on eBay. Present from MommyI am in the car industry and this is my job. I make custom bodykits and car parts. You can see my website at: New Site I'm working on I recently got a big cutting accident when finishing up on a project so I've been on a break for the past month. It's still a HONDA I'm sorryDon't be sorry, it's my decision to buy it. Honda did a wonderful job with the NSX. Out of all the cars I've owned I really liked the balance of the NSX. It was overall the best performing car and most reliable performance.I've considered getting a Ferrari before as they are awesome and beautiful cars, but the cost of ownership does not suit my lifestyle. Even though I know a Ferrari mechanic, that is not enough for me to get one. The clutch of the F355 is $6,000 retail compared to the $1,200 NSX. The F355 gets about 12MPG, and when I raced against my friend's F355 I'll just say it wasn't pretty for him, that that still doesn't make up the fact that it's a Ferrari. The car is nice, but I just rather not throw my money on maintaining the car, but if you like the Ferrari, it's your money and you can spend it as you please.Viper is a very powerful car. Excellent top end power but again it's a great car for those who appreciate it's strong points. I for one wasn't use to the braking, visibility and the suspension of the car. I just don't feel comfortable in that car. That is just my personal opinion which you shouldn't care about what I say if you like that car. While the Viper is much more affordable and realistic, I just feel that car is not for me. The fastest car in the world is not something that will buy me. To me the best car in the world is the McLaren F1 even though the 1/4 mile is rated at 11.6 sec there's a VW bug at the street races that pulls 9 seconds. Again, it's the art and balance of the car that sells to me.Why do you go to a composite fabricator when you own a companySorry for not making my story clear, here goes. While in the quest of making the ultimate NSX bodykit I found many places that ripped me off. As I jump from place to place, I learned lots of valuable relationships with some of the best designers in the industry. Now that I got all the sources, I decided to use my source to create this new company. Everyone on my team are top notch veterans. So basically that is how I got started.Doing something to fix the lagthis is the dyno chart which asserts my feeling when driving the car. 360HP only available for 0.5 seconds of each gear which is not so fun. Seriously I can't improve it. The paxton is a centrifugal blower, which has the properties of less lower end power when compared to the roots type and screw type superchargers. This design which looks like a turbo might be the reason why the boost is similar to a turbo (in terms of late power delivery). The blower is at 4psi. If it is upped to 6psi the HP can go up to 450HP which I don't think the engine can handle on factory ECU and fuel delivery. Then I would have to go into the Motec or DFI route which means more $$ and pain in the ass. Besides I'm going to get a single turbo done on the silver nsx so I can do a side by side comparison.It's a Turbo on the pic not a Supercharger!I assure you it's a Supercharger. This Snail shape turbo is called a centrifugal supercharger made by Paxton (Vortech). In this picture the blue is the pulley from the belt side and the yellow is the drive shaft and the pink is the blower. DENSO STICKERSThe car was sponsored by DENSO that's all. I can basically get anything from Denso I want for free, but it's too much of a pain to actually get it so I just let it go. Denso makes the compressors, starters, relays and etc for the NSX and 80% of the import cars.PaintIt is House of Kolors - NE504 code. It's a Neon Orange. Supercharger UpdateOk finally got in touch with the fellas that did the supercharger and there is a fix, but it'll cost me a bit more. The solution was to use a larger compressor so the boost will come in at 3,000 rpms, and a blowoff valve to release all the extra boost afterwards. Looks like I'll have the power finally!!!