2012 LoveFab NSX with HRE wheels for Pikes Peak review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 24 July 2012 , 12:07:32 byAngela

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LoveFab NSX with HRE wheels for Pikes Peak

At the 90th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb that will take place next month on the 12th, a LoveFab model will participate. Its owner is Cody Loveland from Michigan, known for enabling the Acura NSX with incredible power. The model runs on HRE wheels. Apparently the model hides a twin-turbo C96S engine under the hood capable of developing 850 horsepower. It sends 600 of them to the wheels. In the competition we will have the opportunity to see driver Rhys Millen and his Hyundai Genesis Formula Drift, a model capable of developing 700 horsepower. After modifications, the car now features much wider HRE C90 wheel and tire setup filling the fenders of a time attack aero kit. He wants to outperform the run of his father from last year. Apparently specialists from HRE will also be involved in LoveFab Inc. and also the Pikes Peak Unlimited Class NSX. Loveland will make its first race at this competition with his C96S model. At the Monster Sport E-RUNNER Pikes Peak Special, Nubuhiro Monster Tajima, unlimited class world record holder, will participate this year as well. The model features a carbon fiber monocoque body that has a special bubble top cockpit. The carmaker sees this competition as a final test for their product and feels proud of being part of such a powerful team that pushes boundaries in very difficult conditions. HRE is a company that designs, engineers and manufactures 3-piece and 1-piece forged aluminum alloy wheels for luxury cars, racing cars and performance ones. The specialists offer specially made choices of offsets, finishes, widths and a lot more depending on the needs and requirements of the customers. The wheels they produce are being sold through different select high-end car dealerships, performance companies and different retailers everywhere in the world.