Project S2000 - Making a More Responsive Drivetrain

The AP2 generation of S2000s were made a bit cushier and street friendly compared to the AP1s for the general American consumer.  A larger displacement engine along with shorter gearing were specified to give more torque at the wheels which Americans desired.  However, Honda also matched a heavier flywheel and modified the clutch system with both negatively impacting the level of track aptitude.  Step 2 of Phase 2 is to shift the drivetrain bias more towards the track side of the equation compromising some everyday livability for better performance.


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Takeda USA Releases New Takeda Intake System for the 2013 Scion FR-S H4 2.0L

advanced FLOW engineering is pleased to announce the release of their new Cold Air Intake for the 2013 Scion FR-S H4 2.0L. This system is available with (PRO 5R part number TM-2013B-R) or (PRO DRY…
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Project R32: Whiteline Sway Bars & Endlinks

Photos by www.globalperformanceparts.com With all the advanced suspensions and electronic controls being pumped out by the OEMs, you might wonder why an upgrade is required. For example, the new Subaru STi may handle great out…
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