While we don’t work on Hondas every day here at ModBargains, it is a nice change of pace to feature a tastefully modded S2000, like Kenneth R’s here. Kenneth recently picked up a set of custom Forgestar F14 17×9 wheels for Honda from Sr Mod Expert Alan.
The Honda S2000 is still popular today, more than half a decade after the last new S2000 rolled off the line. Already a sharp handler, Kenneth took it a step further with a set of Bilstein Pss9 Coilovers to drop it low, eliminating the wheelgap and lowering the center of gravity.
Out back, the burnt titanium tips of a Greddy Spectrum Elite Dual Exhaust rounds out the rear end of the car.
Under the hood though, is the real story. To start, a comptech supercharger now forcefeeds the F20C with a 9psi pulley and heat exchanger, fueled by Injector Dynamics 1000CC injectors. Keeping the party coolis a Koyo Radiator to cope with the added heat of a supercharger. The exhaust exits via custom aftermarket header, fitted with a AEM Wideband O2 sensor, which reads out on an AEM FailSafe Gauge (Boost/Air Fuel Ratio), tastefully mounted in a Science of Speed single gauge pod.
The brains of the F20C have been overwritten with a Hondata Flashpro to manage the now forcefed inline four. With more power, you need better friction material, so a Science of Speed Clutch and Lightweight Flywheel were added.
Kenneth has an amazing build going on, so we’ll let the photos do the rest of the talking for us.
The Forgestars look fantastic on the S2000, thanks to Kenneth R for taking the time to share his photos with us.
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Story & Photo Editing Nicholas Gregson