Agreed... I have played around with one on the track (an HPDE school) and did I ever have a hard time keeping that car off my back. The straights I have no problem, it was the damn corners, that car (S2000) could maintain higher speeds in the corners and exiting. I also agree that some of it may have been me, it was one of my first HPDE's last year and I was still learning my new car setup.wes said:Dyno for dyno you may be close, but then HP to weight ratio, traction, and driver become an issue.
Honda philosophy; little displacement, BIG HP, little torque.bII said:that'll do for this little Honda.
That would be F20C.... At any rate yes the S2000 is an INSANELY great track car. I surprised the HELL out of MANY other modded cars at Gingerman during lapping days when I had mine. The best part about it was that I did nothing but Motul fluid and cobalt pads and the car was amazing. Wow this is turning in to an S2000 worship post....TSXtacy said:don't know much about the Nissan GA engine, but I do know the S2000's j20 (or j22 if its a new one) can run anything from 4.7-5.7 0-60. The engine depends on climate conditions as well as driver's ability because the redline is so high. Besides, the s2000 is NOT a drag car. Take that sucker out to a track and see why its the best performer in its size bar-none in the world (except for the M Roadster).