The mental process is one of looking forward, almost straining to see your next marker as you go around the course. This line development goes on lap after lap, always looking for better references and establishing what works best with this car on this day. The work-the challenge of persuing perfection-is the fun part. ~Carl Lopez
S2000 and Nismo 370z head up Blood Mtn
Few local drivers head up the north GA mountains on a Sunday morning.
Camera car- 05 S2000:HKS Hipermax III coilovers, Saner sway bar, Enkie
Rpf-1 17X9 +45, 255 RE-11 tires, fully gutted, caged, T1R 70RT titanium Exhaust etc etc. 4touge member ap2uner
S2000 vs FRS (GT86 BRZ) Full Review | Part 1 of 2 | S02E07
We review the S2000 vs. the GT86 (BRZ FR-S) platform stock and with forced
induction to compare the differences and to find out which is the better
sports car. The most comprehensive review series on these two cars starts
Part 2 - Track Comparison: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gluk3_otoUo
See our other videos for full reviews of the FR-S
0:00 - 0:52 Introduction Montage
0:52 - 2:32 The History and Chief Engineer Shigeru Uehara
2:32 - 6:07 Under the Skin with turbowski
6:07 - 9:02 Getting Inside
9:02 - 11:22 Driving Impressions Analog vs Digital
11:23 - 11:43 Learning the Hard Way - RIP
11:45 - 12:17 S2000 Final Thoughts
GT86 - FR-S - BRZ and Supercharged FR-S
12:17 - 14:12 The 86 Platform History with Engineers Tada San
14:12 - 16:10 Interior Overview and Engineering
16:11 - 18:01 Driving the Stock BRZ, FR-S and GT86
18:01 - 19:57 Driving the Supercharged FR-S
20:00 - 20:45 Final Thoughts and Track Review Coming Soon
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J's Racing s2000
Taking my s2000 out of storage, test fitting work vsxx off of my other car
on the s2000 (they don't fit, even with rolled fenders), rev at 3000rpm,
then rev at 6000 rpm,
Performance Mods include,
Js racing CF tsuchinoko intake
Js Racing 60rs Exhaust with 70mm test
Megan racing header
+much more car is not turbo ed yet. The
car is being built for time attack and lapping days and is a daily driver
Js racing CF tsuchinoko intake
Js Racing 60rs exhuast with 70mm test pipe
Megan racing header
S2000 vs FRS (GT86 BRZ) Track Review | Part 2 of 2 | S02E08
SEE PART 1 FIRST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwPW0iWYTNk
Welcome back to part two of the S2000 vs. 86 Track Review. Since we
already have tested the stock BRZ and FRS on the track we know that it
cannot compete in terms of performance with the S2000. But let's pretend
for a minute if Toyota and Subaru released a higher performance trim level
like a TRD or STI model with the same wheel horsepower as the S2000 how
would they compete? That is what we attempt to simulate here.
1:22-1:51 Disclaimer and Leveling Playing Field
1:52-2:36 Comparing Drivers
2:37-4:52 The FR-S Supercharged Laptime
4:53-5:28 The Mythical TRD/STI 86
5:28-6:36 The real values stock vs. stock
6:37-7:07 The initial results and switching drivers
7:08-10:17 Flat out the Track Comparison
10:17-11:11 The results and impressions
11:11-12:08 Conclusion Not a race car
11:00-12:24 Thoughts on the 86
12:24-14:09 The Winner
2005 S2000 Stock:
POWER: 208HP 150lbsTq Dynojet (Wheel horsepower)
Tires: Hankook RS3 225/255
Brakes: Carbotech XP12 Pads
Oil: Redline 10w30
Alignment: -2.2F -1.5R Camber
2013 Scion FRS Supercharged:
Power: 212HP 181lbsTq Dynojet (Wheel horsepower)
Tires: 235 Hankook RS3s
Brakes: AP Sprint Project Mu 999 Pads
Cooling: Liquid to Air Oil Cooler | Perrin Tune
Oil: Redline 10w30
Suspenion: Ohlins | -3.0F -2.0R Camber
CSG for Brake Support
Music: Freesoundproject and
http://connorengstrom.com/ for SF Remix.
Honda S2000 Review - Lightweight Roadster
Alex takes an AP2 S2000 for a spin to determine whether it's better than
the BRZ. The Honda does have more power but the BRZ is way more modern.
It will be difficult to pronounce a winner without the use of an amazing
road consisting of s-curves, hairpins and elevation changes.
Error: AP2 goes to 8300 rpm, the AP1 goes to 9000 rpm. I had driven an
AP1 a couple days before this review and I wrote the episode at that time
with the 9000 rpm, and forgot to change it when I realized I was going to
get this car. Honest mistake.
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Nissan 370Z Vs Honda S200 Seattle
Thinking of purchasing a sport car, and looking at the Honda S2000? Here
are just some reasons why the Nissan 370Z is hands down a better choice.
Lets start with a little bit of history and heritage. Forty years ago, in
October 1969, the Datsun 240Z arrived in North America, heralding a new era
in sports car design. The new import from Japan was a revelation offering
the performance of a Porsche, the looks of a Jaguar and the price and
reliability of, well, a Nissan. It was an affordable sports car that could
be driven every day and was accessible to anyone with the $3,626 base
price. All though the price of a new Z might have changed a little in the
past 40 years, its unmatched value, style, performance and segment
leadership remains stronger than ever.
The instrument panel retains the traditional 3-pod cluster with oil
temperature, voltmeter and clock, while the speedometer and tachometer
include an initial sweep function, coming alive when the Z is first
Many aspects of a sports cars performance come down to the simple
formulation of power-to-weight. The 370Z represents a major achievement on
both sides of the equation versus the previous generation 350Z with a net
weight reduction of 95 pounds (Nissan 370Z versus the comparable 350Z
Enthusiast model) and a power increase of 26 horsepower. In addition, the
center of gravity was lowered through use of a lower engine positioning
(-0.6 inches) and lower driver hip point (-0.4 inches). Rotating mass was
reduced with a shorter carbon-fiber composite driveshaft.
All 2010 370Z Coupes utilize the fourth generation of Nissans award-winning
VQ-series V6. The 3.7-liter VQ37VHR engine with VVEL (Variable Valve Event
and Lift) is rated at 332 horsepower @ 7,000 rpm and
270 lb-ft of torque @ 5,200 rpm. Much more powerful than the Honda S2000
Key to the enhanced performance is the VVEL system, which is able to
optimize intake valve open/close movements, allowing the needed air to be
sent promptly to the combustion chamber at the precisely optimized time.
Since the VVEL system can adjust to open the valves slightly, it improves
fuel efficiency by reducing camshaft friction and fuel waste. It also
provides cleaner emissions by allowing for quicker warm-up of the catalyst
and by stabilizing combustion when the engine is cool.
Both the driver and passengers seats are structured with an anti-slip
material in the main seating surface. The sporty woven cloth seats feature
standard 8-way drivers/4-way passenger manual adjustments, with heated
4-way power-adjustable leather-appointed seats standard with the 370Z
Touring model. Adjustable front seat Active Head Restraints are also
If this information isnt enough to convince you that the Nissan 370Z is
hands down a better car than the Honda S2000, than we would like to invite
you in to take a few laps in the 370Z and see for yourself. Call the
Customer Care Department to schedule your test drive today. If you want to
pay more thats your business, if you want to pay less thats our business!
5101 Auto Center Blvd
Bremerton, WA 98312
Too Soon Junior!-Honda S2000 AP2 Review!
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After four weeks of annoying rain and post pining this review, I finally
do a car that has been recommended more than any other-the Honda S2000.
Being one of my favorite cars ever is an understatement. Thanks so much for
watching and stay awesome!
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