2001 Honda S2000 on 2040-cars
Ogden, Utah, United States
Approximately 4000 miles on fresh Darton sleeved motor, sleeves installed by Darton. JE 9:1 pistons and BC rods,
AP2 squirters, valve retainers and keepers, baffled oil pan, 750cc RC injectors, Walbro 255 fuel pump, AEM ECU,
conservative tune. I assembled the motor and I have been through 90% of the car as far as assembly goes.
Comptech supercharger kit with larger Spearco after-cooler radiator and 3.2" pulley.
Custom oil coolers mounted where AC condenser was. AC deleted, have all the AC parts in good condition (NOT
INCLUDED WITH THIS LISTING). Custom aluminum under tray to front subframe. No cooling issues.
Six puck ACT clutch with lightweight flywheel, approximately 5000 mi on JDM trans. Puddy-mod rear end with 4:30's
JDM xenon headlights and sidemarkers, custom exhaust with AEM/DC sports header.
Turbonetics Godzilla blow off valve
3000 miles on Nitto NT555's, 4000 miles on new rotors and EBC yellow brake pads. Wilwood 6 piston big brake kit, SS
lines on all four corners
Hard Dog 5 point roll bar, Buddy Club seat and harness. No Soft top or soft top components. Various plastic trim
was removed by previous owner and I believe I have most of it, but no guaranties.
Tein RS external reservoir coil overs
Cusco front roll bar, 2005 rear roll bar (softest available)
APR wing, VIS carbon hood, C-West side and rear skirts, J'S front bumper with carbon fiber canards. Mugen Hardtop
Honda S2000 for Sale
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Auto blogTue, 23 Oct 2012
Auto Express is reporting that Honda is set to unveil the production version of its upcoming Acura NSX at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The news comes courtesy of an unnamed "top exec" for Honda Brazil speaking at the Sao Paulo Motor Show. The concept version of the Japanese supercar is currently on display there. Interestingly enough, the same unnamed source claims the production iteration will remain aesthetically identical to the show car. You won't hear any qualms from us on that front.
Of course, the timing of the production debut is a little confusing. For starters, when Acura unveiled the concept last year, the company told the world it would be at least three years before production began. That would give the street-worthy model a 2014 or 2015 designation, the latter being cited more often in media accounts. Thus, we'll keep an eye out for the hybrid supercar in Motown, but we're going to stop short of holding our breath... it might be a while.
The Takata airbag recall that has afflicted a number of automakers may have just taken a very bad turn for Honda, which has already recalled over one million vehicles. Clarence Ditlow and the Center for Auto Safety have accused the Japanese manufacturer of failing to report two "injury-and-death" incidents. To determine just what happened, the company has initiated a third-party audit.
According to Bloomberg, CAS claims Honda failed to report fatalities in 2009 and 2013, a point Honda doesn't seem to contest, indicating that it didn't report so-called "verbal claims."
"It is our understanding that some manufacturers choose to include these types of verbal claims, and that these constitute the majority of the injury-and-death claims that they report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration," the company told Bloomberg via email. "We believe this practice accounts for the vast majority of the difference between the total number of injury-and-death claims reported by Honda compared to certain other manufacturers."
With the Shanghai Motor Show coming up later this month, Honda has released a couple of teaser sketches for two concept vehicles that will be making global debuts. Aside from the renderings, there is no information about either the Honda or Acura concept vehicles, but we can tell that both are some sort of utility vehicle, be they of crossover or people-mover variety.
The text for both images indicates that both concepts show future products that will be launched in China, but there is no mention as to what other markets the automaker has planned for these vehicles. In addition to these two concepts, the NSX Concept and 2014 RLX from Acura will make their Chinese debuts, and Honda says it "will display models substantially identical to the mass-production version of the Concept C and Concept S." The Concept C is will be a "middle-class" sedan built for China, and the Concept S, an MPV that will primarily serve China as well.