I really want that seat-belt holder thing on the shoulder. I was really sick of always reaching behind my seat to grab my seatbelt with my bride seats and the buckle would sometimes hit the back of the seat. The sound of a metal buckle against the CF/Kevlar backing of my Bride Gias was not a pleasant sound. This also gives you a hint on things to come 😉
I found this cool DIY on minkara. I should buy some filters at Mitsuwa so its more JDM, because I’m such a JDM whore. Even though I can’t read minkara for the most part, I think its much more useful than s2ki these days. Unfortunately S2000 owners are getting younger and younger and s2ki is going in the way of Honda-tech. These kids are too cheap to buy decent tires for their car and would rather spend their money on knock-off parts. If you’re not going to do it right keep it stock! Minkara is so awesome, where else can you find a writeup on how to wire up an ASM Mugen Multivision Meter? Or find pages of LEGIT Recaro and Bride seats pictures?
I came across this car during my daily minkara browsing. Believe it or not, the Itasha style has hit the S2000 in Japan. This car looks like it is the offspring of ASM that had alien tentacle sex. From the outside you can see the Mugen Hardtop, ASM bonnet, and Volk RE30s.
It isn’t all show and no go. It even sports some cool engine mods. Like this ASM throttle body.
and this Mugen Intake with asm cooling plate
I found this “carbon ring guard” especially interesting.
I think it is suppose to prevent curb rash, it doesn’t look that bad either!
I would love these Recaro TS-GS in my car, they look pretty comfy.
Lastly, I wish these Mugen Assist meters could work on a LHD car. I would buy them in a heart beat!