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Old 02-04-2020, 02:46 PM   #337
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In fairness, the design of the Perrin resonated catback was never designed for an inline 4 cylinder. The chamber is all wrong for it. I'm going to make something more "Honda appropriate" and see how it does.
We need a J's Racing equivalent exhaust. Nothin' screams at the track quite like a Honda with a J's Racing exhaust. Pretty sure that anytime there's an S2K with one it's the loudest car there. haha
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Old 02-04-2020, 03:05 PM   #338
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The fact that in this instance it sounds like ass doesn't mean it always has to sound like ass.
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The fact that in this instance it sounds like ass doesn't mean it always has to sound like ass.
Not good, but MUCH better. Better than a stock FA20 IMO.
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Old 02-05-2020, 04:14 PM   #341
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Not good, but MUCH better. Better than a stock FA20 IMO.
Certainly not the most melodious exhaust note out there but acceptable when offset by the obvious advantages of the swap.
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In fairness, the design of the Perrin resonated catback was never designed for an inline 4 cylinder. The chamber is all wrong for it. I'm going to make something more "Honda appropriate" and see how it does.
Keep it stealthy. No fart cans.
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Old 02-06-2020, 10:43 AM   #344
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Certainly not the most melodious exhaust note out there but acceptable when offset by the obvious advantages of the swap.

That was my point all along, sound comes secondary to the other benefits.
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Dumb question,, I was assuming most would turbo this swap. Is that a bad assumption??
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Old 02-06-2020, 02:57 PM   #346
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Dumb question,, I was assuming most would turbo this swap. Is that a bad assumption??
No it's a good assumption. KSwap Miata uses this engine as part of their swap with a k20 head and 220whp+ FBO is normal but not worth $17k. Now if you boost it it becomes way more advantageous. 500whp easy while still be lighter than the oem drivetrain.😎
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Old 02-06-2020, 03:26 PM   #347
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Dumb question,, I was assuming most would turbo this swap. Is that a bad assumption??
yep. not a dumb assumption. i'll be turboing the kswap. only way to make it competitive in TA in street mod.
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500whp easy while still be lighter than the oem drivetrain.��

Is the S2000 box capable of supporting 500whp though? I'd assume since it's somewhat closely related to ours that it would immediately grenade at that level, but I have no experience or knowledge about it's durability in real life..

EDIT: I don't want to bring this thread down a rathole...just curious..
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Is the S2000 box capable of supporting 500whp though?
Yes. It is an extremely capable gearbox that while not bulletproof, it can absolutely handle 500 whp.
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i've heard otherwise... i don't think 500whp can be reliably made with the s2000 trans... there are some guys that are pushing 450whp in turbo kswap s2000. so maybe 500whp is reliable. capable sure, reliable, that's another question. when i get this swap going when my motor blows, 4-450whp is what i'll be aiming for a TA car. 500whp is just silly in this lightweight of a car... 350whp turbo fa20 already scoots as is.
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