The Americans tend to put huge engines in tiny -comparable- cars, for example the V8-swaps in Mazda MX-5 must be more common than the Group N exhausts in Greece in the ’00s. But if you are ready to get to this point, why not go one step further. The Honda S2000, for example, is larger than the MX-5 and its proportions are like being asked to put a large engine under a long hood.
This is probably what Norwegian drifter Kristine Sandvik thought, who fitted the S2000 with the 8.3-liter V10 engine from the 2005 Viper SRT. The result is a doubling of its performance, as the American engine delivers 505 horsepower and 735 Nm of torque. Drive is transmitted to the rear axle via a six-speed manual T56 transmission, and a stuck differential.
Other upgrades include a new wider body kit, larger brakes, spacers for larger wheels, drifting kits, hydraulic parking brake, fire extinguishing system, and adjustable D2 shock absorbers, etc. What do you say? Sacrifice the replacement of the F20C?
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