Tag Archives: S2000

Classic J’S2k

With the recent influx of super low offsets and extra flashy wide bodies, it’s kinda refreshing to see that some people still stick to what I like to call, the benchmark of Japanese tuning. What I mean by this term is the notion of going a more functioning route as far as modifying a car is concern, the likes of this J’s racing S2000 for example.

Photos via MINKARA



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Several years ago, this would’ve been what most S2000 owners would be striving for.

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Type-S Version II.

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Those SSR Type Fs match nicely with the J’s Racing kit.

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Of course a J’s GT wing is appropriate for this car.

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To be honest, this is my type of S2000. No flashy low offset wheels and crazy custom wide fenders and such. Just simple, functional, and aesthetically pleasing.

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S2K With Rare Flair

With how popular the S2000 is among car enthusiasts these days and how abundant aftermarket parts are for this platform, it’s pretty hard to stand out from the crowd. That is, unless you choose your parts wisely and go routes that are less traveled.

Photos via MINKARA



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My favorite aftermarket front bumper for the S2K has got to be the Sorcery piece.

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This front end is both subtle and aggressive at the same time..

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The rest of the exterior, as I’ve stated above, is a little different than other S2Ks out there thanks to the ultra rare Car Garage Amis fenders and rear bumper. Oh, and the Voltex Type 7 rear spoiler also sets the car off quite nicely.

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Rounding out the whole ensemble is a set of classic TE37SLs.

Baller Imola

This S2000 from Global Auto might seem like a typical modified S2k but upon closer inspection, you’d realize why the title of this post is so fitting.

Photos via Global Auto



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Front end of this S is kept relatively simple with a genuine Mugen front lip and Chargespeed carbon canards paint-matched to Imola Orange.

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Moving along the rest of the car is more genuine goodies like a Mugen dry carbon hood as well as Mugen dry carbon hardtop paint-matched to Imola Orange.

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Towards the back end there’s more genuine and rare parts such as the Car Garage Amis bumper, the gigantic Voltex rear spoiler, and a Powerhouse Amuse R1 titanium exhaust.

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The carbon trunk is another Car Garage Amis unit.

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Just in this quarter panel shot, you see why this car is so ballin’; there’s the Mugen dry carbon roof, J’s Racing wide fenders, Enkei RS05RR, Voltex carbon spoiler, and the Car Garage Amis rear bumper.

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Engine wise, it is kept simple and clean with max power output at about 250HP.

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And finally, the interior is highlighted by a pair of Recaro RS-G buckets in a suede finish to really complement the rest of the car.