Welcome to part 2 of my Eibach coverage. I’ve been overwhelmed by the positive response I received in the past few days, you guys are the reason that I keep taking photos, as crappy as they are, and continue to keep writing as horrible as my grammar is…..
I was blown away at the line up of S2ks. It was like seeing an Instagram feed of S2ks in person.
Let’s start where we left off last post in Part 1
I wasn’t aware who this was in part 1, but my buddy let me know this is JDReyes
Voltex kit with ASM fenders, Spoon Hood, and White Volk CE28N…… all in Cocaine white.
Russian Hammer’s White ASM Ap2 with newly bronzed Volk CE28n again……
If there is one kit I’ve seen take over the S2k scene in the past few years, it’s the Voltex body kit. It has really taken over in the past few years since Evasive first dropped the sketches to the public on FB years ago…. It’s a great looking kit, but to me it was destroyed by how many rep kits they are nowadays. I do agree it is probably one of the most functional body kits since voltex did test it all in a wind tunnel.
Another voltex kitted S2k running Volk TE37SL with EVS fenders and an ASM hood with EVS hood vents. Something about the vents on the fender reminds me of when Z3 fenders were super popular on imports, hell even my Honda Accord with a purple body kit had them back in the day.
Yep, Voltex is very popular. Note the J’s Kitted S2k by S2Boost parting the sea of voltex
EVS fenders on this white Ap1 with a spoon hood and voltex front bumper by kaotik
side shot showing the red ce28n, voltex front flares, voltex sideskirts, circuit garage rear over fender, and craftsquare mirrors.
Silverstone Ap1 with voltex front bumper, spoon fenders, spoon hood, and craftsquare mirrors.
Hector Lavario’s Voltex kitted Ap2…..
All these S2ks looking super clean….. I’m not sure if it’s because i’m ADHD or jaded, but I miss seeing the variety of tuning styles in S2ks. There are so many different manufactures of body parts for the S2k, maybe it is the effect of social media, but s2ks now are looking pretty similar following the same cookie cutter mentality, most S2ks run the same type of body kits or parts, like a voltex body kit, voltex wing, Amuse R1 Bumper (I’m guilty of this), CE28 or TE37…. Only 12+ years ago, I remember there was a variety of styles people were trying out, such as Tracy Sports, Amuse Wide body, INGS+1, Cwest, Car Garage Amis, Sorcery…… I can’t remember the last time someone actually brought up INGS+1 in a conversation, I think it’s a great looking front bumper.
Voltex wings all around.
I think this is the first time I’ve seen car shop glow tail lights in person……. Digging the rear end of the Silverstone Ap1. Voltex Swan Neck wing + CSG tail lights, K1 Laboratory Duck Tail, and what looks to be a J’s Racing Exahust.
Another shot showing the Volk ZE40.
I just realized that the sebring silver car to the left is rocking Euro headlight washers…. It’s funny how europeans can’t get rid of these fast enough, but on the other side of the ocean people are adding them to their cars. The Volk TE37 fitment looks so period correct on this Ap1.
Next to the row of S2ks, they were a row of DC2, most of them being type-r…. Phoenix yellow is so good.
And Championship white.
relatively modest ap1….
I wonder if this spoon sticker is the reproduction or an original? He’s also rocking a Spoon snorkle and J’s Racing cooling plate….
Another shot of Joe’s S2000 CR
I think Kaotik was explaining why he gold wrapped his Mugen intake something something…..
One of the few Turbo’ed S2ks in attendance S2boost. It must be a SMOG thing, but they don’t have as many Forced Induction (FI) S2ks on the west coast compared to the east coast. I remember a bunch of guys out east turboing their S2k when I lived there.
Joe’s S2k CR never ceases to amaze me…..
I’ll cut if off here. I’ll post up part 3 soon which will complete my coverage of Eibach. Once again, I must iterate that Eibach 2018 was a HUGEEEEE event. I didn’t even get to see half of the event because of the utterly large amount of cars and decided to focus primarily on what I know, S2000s. Although I did own an EG civic at one point in my life and did preform a B16a swap on my friend’s EG, I will admit my knowledge in other Honda chassis is lacking.
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