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Old 07-12-2018, 06:48 PM
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2007 s2000 na build review.
- performance upgrades: Hondata flashpro, injen cold air intake, stock ported intake manifold, Hondata intake manifold gasket, sos bored throttle body, pulstar plugs, berk header, j's racing test pipe, invidia exhaust, sun hyper ground system, super street battery, dei engine coolant, performance oil filter and royal purple engiene oil.
- appearance upgrades: vis carbon fiber hood, ar racing carbon fiber cooling plate, password jdm carbon fiber pulley plate, mugen spark plug cover, custom gloss black cross member plate, gas lock digital shift knob, factory front splitter, custom grille craft gloss black grills, custom powder coated rims camilian black, custom painted center caps with carbon fiber s logo and black powder coated factory calipers.
- audio: jvc single din navigation system, diamond audio component speakers, jl audio tweeters and jvc self powered 8 inch sub.

Tuner: Evans tuning etune

My review. Car is night and day from stock form. Flashpro and etune from Evans tuning was worth the $$$. Once it was tuned properly and vtec was set to 3600 rpms bottom end and mid-range really woke up. It drives totally different and is much more enjoyable to drive throughout the power band. My butt Dyno likes it. I have yet to get it on the Dyno to see my numbers. I don't really feel a need too because it drives extremely well and the closest Honda tuner is 6 hours from my house! I don't not track my car. I have every original part in mint condition. S2000 has 7400 miles on it! I like all the appearance mods. I love the digital shifter. The vis carbon fiber hood looks great but fitment was 8.5-9 out of 10. Drivers side is perfect, front and latch perfect, passenger side is slightly bowed in center and has a small gap, no flaws in carbon fiber weave.
Upgrading the audio system in these cars is a must!! Love my setup just perfect for a two seater roadster. My setup is extremely loud even with the invidia exhaust silencers in and I own a 2001 ws6 with every bolt on made with arp heads and Brian tooley stage 2 cam. My s2000 is still louder. When I start it up it sets off ws6 alarm everytime. I may still consider urge design itbs in the future if it gets thou beta testing, not sure I want to be a ginny pig. Wish gernby or vit viper lived close to me! All in all I love the car, if I could do it all over again I would have done carbon fiber intake from password jdm, matching cooling plate and forked out an other $2000 for the mugen hood instead of vis techno r hood.
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Nice car. Are you going to keep your suspension stock? I went with the swift sports and like them a lot on my 2006.
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Old 07-13-2018, 08:24 AM
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For now I'm going to stay stock. Thanks for the input!!
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Old 07-13-2018, 08:58 AM
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What’s The whp rn in ur car?
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Old 07-15-2018, 05:07 AM
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Has not been on a Dyno.
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I’d prob guess around 240-230 wheel.
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I would be happy with those numbers!!
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Car looks great man! One thing that would make it look (and handle) greater is the cherry on top - a DROP! It's just too high IMHO. Actually looks higher than other stock height AP2's I've seen... I'd recommend Koni Yellows with Tein S. Tech 1" lowering springs. Awesome setup. I run this setup with Toyo Proxes T1 Sport rubber on my AP1. If you have the extra $$$ you can go for any respected coil over set if not the shocks and springs separately.
I noticed that the hood didn't fit 10/10 but it does look great otherwise.
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I really don't want to scrap and want to keep suspension factory. If these cars increase in value I want to be able to put every back to stock if needed. I really don't think my wheel gap is bad at all. Alot of my hood pics the hood is not closed I keep a charger on her. It is perfect except on passenger side sticks up in center about an 1/8 higher then it should. Close but not perfect. Know my ws6 need a drop for sure factory had a 4 inch wheel gap my God! I'm thinking about doing a sos supercharger not sure I want to spend the $7295.00. just put heads and cam on ta. Need to save up.
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