/2012 SEMA: Acura ILX Street Build

2012 SEMA: Acura ILX Street Build

Acura ILX Street Build 1 at 2012 SEMA: Acura ILX Street Build

Along with the ILX Endurance Racer, Acura also brought a tuned version of the road-going ILX to this year’s SEMA show. It’s an effort to liven things up a bit with the ILX, make it more exciting and cool. The ILX Street Built is made by Evasive Motorsports using Acura Genuine Accessories.

The ingredients of the package include an aero kit with a front spoiler, side skirts, deck lid spoiler, side moldings and some stickers, all from Acura’s catalog. The interior benefits from CT Engineering short-shift kit, Acura Genuine Accessories illuminated door sill and trunk tray.

Under the bonnet CT Engineering supercharger kit, air intakes, Hondata FlashPro, and Greddy SP Elite prototype exhaust help boost the output of Acura’s 2.4-liter Inline-4 to 250 wheel horsepower.

To cope with the added power, they’ve also fitted the car with Tein Street Advance Coilovers, Stoptech big brake kit, Evasive Motorsports corner balance and alignment, and finally a set of 19-inch Volk G25 wheels with 235/35ZR-19 Pirelli P Zero tires.

Acura ILX Street Build 2 at 2012 SEMA: Acura ILX Street Build
Acura ILX Street Build 3 at 2012 SEMA: Acura ILX Street Build

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