What is it about hardtops and S2000′s that we love so much? Just when you thought you’ve seen them all, another beautiful one pops up out of nowhere! There is no doubt that it’s as easy as drop & wheels to have an extremely nice looking S2K, but it takes a lot of work to separate yourself from dozens and dozens of other S2K’s in this scene. Allow us to introduce you to Thomas Tran and his badass Honda S2000, driven hard and on the daily all throughout the Pacific Northwest. The PNW has been doing some big things lately so it’s only right of us to acknowledge that and give major kudos to all of you up there. It’s safe to say that the PNW knows their stuff, just check this thing out!
Thomas is rocking a few OEM things on his 2000 Honda S2000 such as the 2004 front bumper, CR lip, side Strakes and of course the sexy OEM hardtop. Up front you’ll notice Ap1 clear headlights (though he plans on upgrading to AP2′s very soon), while in the rear the aggressive Spoon carbon fiber diffuser hangs low and wide! To compliment the rear diffuser, Thomas also installed VIS carbon fiber side diffusers. Lastly, he mounted on a custom JDP carbon fiber rear spoiler which looks damn awesome!
We then come to that mean stance! The polished Varrstoens wheels in 18×9.5 (+12) & 18×10.5 (+15) rears were a bit too aggressive for the stock S2K body so Thomas had some fender and camber work done. Front fenders were obviously rolled and pulled slightly while the rears required a little bit more pulling work and tab relocating. He then added the SPC camber bolt kit in the rear which put him in the -7ish range! Take a look at more photos by clicking the Read More button below.
The interior features a beautiful pair of red Bride Racing seats and polished 4pt rollcage with Takata harness. Check out the shot below that our photographer Sid Titus captured.
There you have it folks. Another incredibly fine Honda S2000 with an awesome posture. Big shout out to all of our fans from the upper left coast, especially Sid and Thomas for getting together and making this feature possible. Be on a lookout for more PNW rides in the near future, they’ve got more sick rides than most of you would imagine. Until next time, hit us up via email snfeatures [at] gmail.com if you think you think your ride has what it takes.