How high can a Honda S2000 rev?

How high can a Honda S2000 rev?

Honda S2000 – 9,000rpm.

What RPM does VTEC kick in S2000?

VTEC actuates between 5,500-6,000 rpm depending on ECU triggers.

When did the Honda S2000 modern classic come out?

That is, until 1999, when the big H revealed a 50th anniversary present to itself, the S2000. The S2K was first shown at the 1995 Tokyo show as the Honda Sport Study Model concept, a rear-drive roadster powered by a VTEC-imbued 2.0-litre inline-five engine.

What kind of engine does a Honda S2000 have?

The production reality emerged in 1999, the S2000 name a nod to Honda’s roadster past with the S500, S600 and S800 of the 1960s. The five cylinder was dropped for a 2.0-litre inline four born from the F20 engine family. It was a special version though, specific to the S2000.

Is the Honda S2000 a good sports car?

And when you’re in its peak power zone, the S2000’s engine is arguably one of the best engines ever fitted to a sports car. Not only does it sound incredible, but it makes for a genuinely exciting drive. Keeping the S2000 at its peak is all part of the fun of the S2000.

When did the Honda S2000 get traction control?

Stability and traction control were offered as an option from 2006, while 2008 and later cars came with the traction aids as standard. None of these upgrades really took away from the appeal of the S2000 as a true drivers’ car, though.

When did the first Honda S2000 come out?

The first S2000 design, which lasted from 1999 to 2003, was given the chassis designation “AP1.” The AP1 was powered by the 2.0-liter F20C inline four-cylinder engine and a 6-speed manual transmission. Honda introduced a new-generation model in 2004 with the designation “AP2.” This time, the S2000 was produced in Suzuka, Japan.

What kind of suspension does a Honda S2000 have?

2004 AP2 and 2000 AP1 model S2000s from above—the AP1 has OEM front lip, side strakes, and rear spoiler. Notable features include independent double wishbone suspension, electrically assisted steering and integrated roll hoops.

The S2000 could be tricky to get moving quickly, and inexperienced drivers could easily slip the clutch trying for a fast getaway. Well looked after, however, the S2000 is a car that will give plenty of thrills and little trouble. One for the sports car aficionado with a great chassis and engine, but not one for the faint hearted.

What does CR stand for on a Honda S2000?

The CR designation stands for Club Racer, and this is the most hardcore variant of the S2000 sold in the US. However, though it wears numbers on the upper left of its windshield, fresh from a session at the Ridge, this car is not purely a track rat.