6 Best First Mods for Your Honda S2000
But every great sports car is built for supporting modifications that enhance it in more ways than one.
Lower the altitude of the chassis and achieve supreme balance. The Honda S2k is already built with 50/50 weight distribution as it is. A height adjustment will only improve it even more when it comes to handling this vehicle on the track. A lower center of gravity means and less body roll.
Let that motor breathe! The vehicle comes standard with dual exhaust tips and it can certainly benefit from an upgrade. Some aftermarket exhaust systems are proven to give an increase in horsepower. There are different options available such as aluminum, steel, etc. Check out some of the options available to you here.
Yet another great supporting mod that helps your motor breathe. This is often paired up with an exhaust system for more, cooler air which will help you reach optimal performance. And don't forget the bling factor -- when someone opens your hood and sees shiny new polished aluminum or carbon fiber.
While most might see this as a basic maintenance item, it's pretty important to the safety of you, your passengers and those around you. if you intend on taking your S2K to the track, a good set of track tires will ensure that experience is safe and fun! To learn more about track tires for your Honda S2000, check out this thread on S2K.com.
5. Sway bars
For the weekend auto-crosser, having sway bars will keep this well-balanced sports car planted through each corner. If the car has already had a suspension upgrade, these are a must have. The sway bar is essentially a spring that only comes into effect when the car tries to lean into a turn, and it keeps it balanced on all four tires. For more information on sway bars, check out this thread in our forum.
While we all love the sound of that naturally aspirated motor, a nice sound system can make a long cruise or a hard day much more palatable. There are many different options available for the car's head unit as well as for speakers. Let our forum members help determine which headunit is right for you by checking out this forum thread in S2Ki.com.