The J’s Racing Type S kit is definitely one of the most classic, best looking body kit out there for the S2000. Before all these new kits that came out, i.e. Voltex, Tamon, even ASM, the J’s Type S was the pinnacle of S2000 exterior and it still is today. This JDM Rio Yellow S is a great example of utilizing and executing the J’s Racing Type S kit to its full potential.
Another weekend, another meeting. This is the way of life for car guys in Japan, and needless to say, I’m a bit jealous. I honestly think one of these days I’m just gonna pack my bags and head to Japan for a year or two and just really indulge myself in their automotive culture. Cause I’m not really about that hellaflush or mad camber kinda life, to me, I personally enjoy track and functional cars over others. You know, events like HKS Premium Days, Hyper Meetings, Attack Challenge, Advan Circuit Meeting, etc; these are the types of meets that I want to be a part of, and that’s just something we don’t have here in the States. But anyways, I saw these photos from the recent Advan Circuit Meeting, and sharing is caring!
So this past weekend the Bay Area S2ki guys had a little pot luck and get together at Baylands Park in Sunnyvale, CA and being a long time S2000 owner myself, I felt an obligation and need to show up. And I’m glad I did.
I love this particular meet cause it was just so chill and relaxed and the fact that I saw a bunch of faces that I haven’t seen in ages was a huge plus. But besides the people, there were of course, the cars and a handful of them really caught my attention. One of those handful was this gorgeous Suzuka.
Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to chat with the owner, but I was told this car was pushing 300+ HPs thanks to a Comptech supercharger.
I’m lovin’ this Enkei RPF1 + CR Lip/splitter combo!
Towards the back end, there’s the J’s Racing and Voltex treatment.
I always seem to repeat this notion, but a lot of times keeping things simple goes a long ways. Case in point, this simple and gorgeous JDM Suzuka Blue S2000. With this car, you can literally count the aftermarket parts on one hand, but because these are well chosen parts (i.e. Mugen M7) it makes the car stand out from the rest.
Chances are, you’ve probably had a glimpse of M&M Honda Racing’s new wide body kit for the S2000 which debuted recently. It’s definitely a love it or hate it thing, but its resemblance to the Rocket Bunny kits are uncanny. So, if you like overfenders and rivets, than most likely you’ll like this kit. Overall, I personally think that this kit fits the S2000 quite nicely as there aren’t any Rocket Bunny products available for this model and it’s definitely something different from the Amuse, the J’s Racing, the Tracy Sports, etc wide bodies.