Wasn't the original plan but these cars are too good not to take to the track. So started gathering some parts for the track but still want it to keep a stockish look.
J's Type-S bumper that needs to be painted still. The plan is to swap bumpers for track days, which I'm guessing might get tedious after awhile.
I had high expectations for the stock seats of the S2000. I figured they must be nice otherwise why would people steal these all the time. I'll say it. I have no love for the stock seats. I never sat in a Bride before so based on my waist size I just ordered one from Japan and crossed my fingers that I'd fit. Bride Stradia II and other stuff from Japan.
Didn't want a bunch of gauges in my car so picked up a Defi Advance ZD. Have it hooked up to pick up Oil temp, oil pressure, coolant temp, tach, volts, and speedo. I'll move it up to the phone holder dash location for the track so I can see it without looking down. The shift lights and beeper will be useful as well.
Installed a Cusco floor bar, Spoon subframe rigid collars and a Whiteline cross brace.
Popped the hood and went with a J's upper strut bar with ETD, Mishimoto rad and fans, Radium dual catch cans, and Alloycraft cooling plate and heat shield.
Downforce lip/splitter thing.
Wanted something more grippy for the steering wheel too. Went with Guardian Designs based on some reco's from here.
I think that's everything that's actually installed so far. I'll have some more updates soon I think: