Discussion in 'Auto Multi-Media' started by micah, Jan 21, 2007.
Video - That amazing f1 sounding s2000!
i think it sounds cool, but might get really annoying.
Also, Hayabusa motors are neat, but I don't think that it has that much more power than the K motor already in the S2k. I mean, it revs high and shit, and it's responsive, but to get the tires to get that nuts, and the car to go sideways so easily - I'm hesitant to accept it.
The Radical that I posted a few days did what it did because it weighs nothing, and has 2 hayabusa motors synced. That's a carbon / titanium / aluminum lab-built car.
Also, I have no idea how they got it to fit the honda transmission. Every Hayabusa install I've seen has a sequential trans (more than likely, also from the bike)
its not a hayabusa motor, just the exhaust.
they stuck hayabusa mufflers on the stock dual exhausts. i think i read it had 2.5" piping all the way back.
it just sounds like an f1 car
The S2K has an F Series motor in it...
OOOOHHH I get it now... Duh, read the title Cel.
Yeah, my friend when I was 15 had a Celica with some sort of muffler on it that made it constantly sound like an F1 car. Like, even at idle.
well i heard wind but i never heard vtec kick on and in a s2000 you will big time, so im not sure if it real or not
It sounds real for sure. But its not even fast. Just FUcking loud. Like 1st and 2nd is like 6 seconds area, maybe longer. Not impressive for trying to go fast in a straight line. But then again that's me.
Cool deal though. Real unique.
my integra sounds like that without the muffler on...
I like the sound it makes at shift, But who could drive a car that loud every day. My car is loud but not like that.
meh, that sounds fucking obnoxious... if i lived near him id throw things at him as he drove by. ummm dude, you arent driving a race car, get over it.
Showed it to a friend with an S2k, and I guess the sound is fake. The sound has been sped up.
I don't think its fake but it definitly sounds like garbage. It sounds like both mufflers and the cat. are gutted, it has a distinct rattle to it when he stops at the light. << I sold my pops' old headerpipe and mufflers from his '03 'busa to a friend. He gutted both mufflers and put one on his '95 Talon and one on his 90-ish 750 suzuki. The Talon sounded very similar to that but only revved to 6 grand. If you watch the tachometer and the shift knob you can see them clearly move with the sound of the exhaust. The exhaust actually sounds alot like my s2000 except on crack. V-tec really isn't that audible with my INVIDIAs' as it was with the stock setup. Now, you can really only tell your going into v-tec if your in the car. I'm pretty sure it's the real deal, but the bigger question is why do it?
whatever the hell it is, its annoying
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