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S2000 CR Club Racer Edition CR stands for "club racer," conjuring up the good old days when guys drove their sports cars to the track, raced them, and then, if the racing gods were smiling, drove them home again

Information thread: What makes a CR a CR?

 
Old 05-07-2011, 03:02 AM
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Didn't the CR's only models have extra leg braces things put on the side of the center console next to your thigh/knee area?

Not really braces but pads of some sort.
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Old 05-08-2011, 01:19 AM
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Originally Posted by SOL1D View Post
Didn't the CR's only models have extra leg braces things put on the side of the center console next to your thigh/knee area?

Not really braces but pads of some sort.
This is nothing that I have ever heard of or seen before?
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Old 05-13-2011, 09:41 AM
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Fwiw, here's the FAQ I did on charting the changes three or four years ago, with CR specific info, links and images for the 08-9s. Might be some useful stuff there you can go off of.

https://www.s2ki.com/s2000/topic/525...7-2008-the-cr/
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Great thread. Surprisingly, I've never come across it before. I may try to consolidate some of the CR specific info stuff in the CR faq and put a link to this post to show the differences

Thanks!
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wow, so there is not much difference between the CR's performance over the average modified non CR S2000.
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Originally Posted by Siccished View Post
wow, so there is not much difference between the CR's performance over the average modified non CR S2000.
If all you care about is amount of $ mods + power figures, then there is not much difference. A CR is by no means a Type R or meant to be one. The price difference is enough to cover for a hardtop if you're wondering why the extra cost.
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Think of It this way .... The CR is pretty much the very last true sport car that Honda produced before they are completely heading to energy conservative vehicles
Plus very last master piece by uehara
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Originally Posted by takchi View Post
Originally Posted by Siccished' timestamp='1305341230' post='20574270
wow, so there is not much difference between the CR's performance over the average modified non CR S2000.
If all you care about is amount of $ mods + power figures, then there is not much difference. A CR is by no means a Type R or meant to be one. The price difference is enough to cover for a hardtop if you're wondering why the extra cost.

I was unaware of the price difference of the CR. If the retail price of a hardtop covers the difference than why not!
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Originally Posted by Siccished View Post
Originally Posted by takchi' timestamp='1305346175' post='20574503
[quote name='Siccished' timestamp='1305341230' post='20574270']
wow, so there is not much difference between the CR's performance over the average modified non CR S2000.
If all you care about is amount of $ mods + power figures, then there is not much difference. A CR is by no means a Type R or meant to be one. The price difference is enough to cover for a hardtop if you're wondering why the extra cost.

I was unaware of the price difference of the CR. If the retail price of a hardtop covers the difference than why not!
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$2000 more for CR, +$1000 for AC/Radio.

Cheaper than a OEM hardtop
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