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Old 11-18-2018, 06:08 PM
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Does anyone know of someone who specializes in rebuilding S2000's? I'm looking for someone to finish a build I started, but no longer have the time or place to work on it. .
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I’m not familiar with young. Do you have contact info?
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how do I contact him?
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415 Haines Street
Philadelphia, PA 19126
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how do I contact him?
he’s on here S2ki under the screen name “wakeupfranky”
Send him a PM.
based on his car, he is quite good on builds
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Thank you for the info. I don't know anything about the guys you mentioned, but I'll look into them. Maybe, I should have posted this originally. Here are some pictures of where I am in the build process. Let me know if you think the two guys recommended are the best fit for this kind of project or if you would recommend anyone else. I can travel if necessary to find the most experienced person to work with. Any input you guys can give will be much appreciated. Thanks again!

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Pics aren't showing Mike.

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here are the pics

Almost every part is brand new

We created CAD models for the center brace and filler plates which we cut on our water jet.

ABS unit and grounds relocated to driver side apron. Wheel well has been coated with black undercoating for corrosion resistance.

Steering actuator power supply, fuse boxes and wire harnesses relocated to passenger side apron, and coated.

AEM stand alone installed in stock ECU location.

Motor is fully built. Everything is brand new except valve cover and some accessories. Block has Darton mid sleeves bored, honed and surfaced, BC stroker kit 2.47L, head is race ported, competition valve job with BC stainless valves, machined valve seats, 65mm throttle body, 750cc RC injectors, Comptech super charger kit with upgrades-- aftercooler w/ heat exchanger and separate cooling system, Paxton novi 1500, etc... made 528hp on engine dyno during run-in

Cusco chassis brace, new steering actuator ceramic coated.

Comptech SUS 304 mid-pipe and mufflers

stock header, Comptech cold air box, custom cooling plate, mishimoto, rad, fan assembly and hoses, OS Giken TS2BS twin disc clutch and flywheel w/ movement alteration kit.

Brembo 4 piston calipers and 14.5" cross-drilled vented discs, Stoptech rear discs drilled to match Brembo discs, hawk pads, All new Honda hubs and wheel bearings, ceramic coated shields.

Reinforced rear diff housing with OS Giken superlock, Cusco rear strut bar and lower arm bars, Cusco or Comptech brace, GTspec front strut bar, new Honda axles, Eibach swaybars, Prothane urethane bushings, custom heim joint endlinks, All new tie rods ends aluminum ceramic coated.

All brand new suspension components and diff mounts with custom aluminum ceramic coating for corrosion resistance. Rear diff mount collars

Tein Type Flex w/ EDFC, SPC adjustable ball joints

Subframes with black ceramic coating. New Honda motor mounts.



Trans was rebuilt with OEM Honda parts


This was a running driven one owner car which we tore down for this build. Probably should've use the black 150,000 mile S2k I bought 4 weeks after we started Engine and trans are VIN matched to the chassis.

New Robbins top w/ glass window and defrost.

tail light kissed a crate on the fork lift moving from shop to warehouse. It probably thought the carbon trunk was inside

All exterior panels and head lights are original parts
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