Sorry, but the NSX is too underpowered without forced induction. Even a minimal 5-6psi would be enough to overcome the problem. That's how I normally run it, with the boost turned down as low as it can go. At the track I maxed it at 16psi, but that's too laggy for street use. The turbos spool up, and before you know it you're making 700hp and wrapped around a minivan.
Knowing that we tend to disagree on what the ideal car should be - how would you describe the normal NSX as a DD (okay, DD in my "drives less than 300 miles a month" world - not in normal human "drives 20,000 mi a year" world)? Still underpowered?
Grass is always greener?
That's what I continually hear about the GT-R - that it's super expensive for not a lot of dash, and that various kits (and bikes) will run circles around them. But hasn't the primary selling point for the last few years basically been "look, it's in Gran Turismo and The Fast & The Furious!!!" - more or less? I know the Kaira showcar a few years ago was a looker, but that's more or less all it was.
That said, there's the less expensive Infiniti (at least in the US), G37 I think, that's supposed to be a relatively nice coupe (and doesn't cost $100k). Thoughts on that one? (I remember the older G car as a peppy around-town vehicle, but haven't driven any of the newer Infiniti models).