Clean body and carbon for the racing character
Homemade door panels and center console
There is also a racing feeling in the interior. The driver and front passenger sit in Bride bucket seats and are secured by Takata harness belts, the driver grips an airbag-free Sabelt steering wheel. A Cusco roll bar extends behind the occupants.
The radio had to go, as did carpets, insulating material and almost all trim parts and covers. For the door panels and center tunnel, Stephan had custom-fit metal plates made and powder-coated in matt black.
Six-piston front calipers
A lot has also happened on the technical side. Six-piston calipers from K-Sport together with slotted 350 mm discs provide braking power on the front axle. EBC Yellow Stuff pads and steel braided lines round off the package.
On the transmission side, Stephan installed a single-mass flywheel with a sports clutch, and the gear ratio was shortened. Shortened drive shafts and a new differential account for the lowering.
Less weight, same performance
And finally, the fun while driving is unsurpassed. The video above shows how brutal the S2000 sounds and how fun it is to drive!