Meet Dan and his extremely clean Honda S2000 everyone! Having owned an S2000 before, building his current one didn’t take too long. As a matter of fact it took just over a week to go from completely stock to it’s current phase, and trust us, there is way more to it than what you see in these pictures! Other than the new wheel setup, AP2 lip up front was the only other thing added to the exterior. Judging by his last ride, Dan likes his exteriors to stay relatively stock, so don’t expect anything too flashy anytime soon. Scroll on down for wheel, tire and suspension specifications.

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This time around, Dan went with the famous Volk Racing TE37’s in 17×9 all around with (+28) and (+22) offsets. The Volks are wrapped in Yokohama (215/45/17) tires. Dan also added Buddy Club Racing Spec Dampers, JIC X brace, ARC titanium front tower bar, and Endless CCRG front and rear pads. Under the hood you’ll find a bunch of ARC goodies, such as their Titanium Exhaust, test pipe, intake chamber, air induction box and a couple more goodies. As we said earlier, it only took a little over a week to do all of this, and that to us is pretty impressive.

Dan isn’t one of those guys who is into all the extreme fender work and tire stretching as you can see. Great mixture of form & function is what it’s all about in this case. Hit the Read More button below for a lot more photos, including a few rolling shots by Edwin Tan!

On the inside you’ll find a Momo Tuner 330mm steering wheel with Works Bell quick release and Momo hub. J’s Racing hooked it up with the shift knob and Defi took cars of the gauges (oil temp, oil pressure, etc.). Again, not too bad for a week and a half of having the car isn’t it? We’re definitely excited about this summer as we’ll work with our photographer Edwin Tan to bring the Toronto and rest of the world a little bit closer together. Our brothers from up north definitely have a ton of unique and incredible rides that deserve the exposure.

We hope you enjoyed Dan’s ride as much as we did. Big shout out to him, his crew LEVELONE, and of course our talented photographer, Edwin Tan. If you’re up in the Toronto, Canada area, make sure you get in touch with Edwin about a photoshoot! We hope you all have a great weekend.