• 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT
  • 2007 Silver Honda S2000 for sale in South Jordan, UT

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2007 Honda S2000

Mileage: 44,500

South Jordan, UT | Posted September 23, 2020

$27,000

Purchased new from Larry H. Miller Sandy in 2007. I am the original and only owner.
It has 44,600 miles, less than 10,000 miles on the motor, turbo/accessories.
Most maintenance has been performed by me, with the exception to the motor build and turbo installation.
The list of modifications is long, I am sure there are many I have forgotten. I remember what some of the parts cost that I no longer have receipts for, that plus the old invoices I did find and I have spent at least $30k in just parts and pieces. The car is a labor of love, it was tastefully (subjective) modified and was meticulously maintained and cared for.
In about 2009 I supercharged the car. In 2013 I decided to remove the supercharger, build the motor and upgrade to a turbocharger. I removed it and sent the car to Cortney Green to build the motor and install the turbo kit.
Some details about the motor - I never revved the motor past 8,300. The builder assured me with my build I could spin it to 10k. He also said the motor is built past the capacities of the turbocharger, in his experience 1,000hp would be doable with the right setup. On the dyno it made 505hp on 91, 620 on 110 unleaded.
Motor/turbo -
Tuned with Hondata Flashpro
Brian Crower BC6255 Pro Rods
Wiseco Pistons
Polished crankshaft
Supertech intake and exhaust valves
Supertech valve springs and titanium retainers
Bronze racing valve guides
APR head studs
Sleeved by Benson Machine
Fullrace Pro Street Manifold
Garrett GTX3582R turbo
Tial 44mm MV-R wastegate and 44mm dumptube
Tial Q blow off valve
Custom 3 inch downpipe with high flow cat
750HP Precision intercooler
Custom 2.5 inch aluminum intercooler piping
Turbo oil feed and return
Turbo heatshield
Hondata boost controller
Oil filter relocation
4 inch intake pipe and filter
Ballade TCT
AEM fuel pressure regulator and braided hoses
Injector Dynamics 1000cc
Returnless fuel system
Walbro 255 in-tank fuel pump
Bosch mounting bracket
Bosch 044 booster fuel pump
Science of Speed Twin Disc Carbon clutch (in excellent condition, can also be rebuilt if sent in to SOS)
Battery relocated to trunk
Positive and negative terminals in engine bay
Exterior -
JDP Rear Diffuser
Shine replica Spoon Hardtop (softop delete)
Authentic Spoon Front Fenders
CR front lip
KW V2 Suspension
Enkei RPF1's
Interior -
Stock CR Alcantara seats
Alpine door speakers
Knurled weighted shift knob
Sorry, I do not have a photo of my dyno pull when it made 505 on 91 octane or 620 on 110 octane. Dyno runs were made @ 8000 RPM, more power to be made if RPM is increased.
Most of the "bad" things that come with the car are annoyances I've lived with or ignored -
The hardtop creaks when driven, maybe a body shop can adjust it so it fits better. Also, the hardtop is not rainproof, it leaks slightly right next to the driver window. It was never a serious concern for me, as the car never was driven in rain, unless I was caught in a surprise shower. The leak was never so bad that the car couldn't be washed, I always just made sure not to spray directly at the leak. A body shop may be able to get this to fit so it doesn't leak whatsoever.
The booster fuel pump (Bosch 044) is loud.
The heater core failed and began to leak coolant. I bypassed this since the car is never driven in cold weather and I did not want even a professional to remove the dash to replace.
Purchased new from Larry H. Miller Sandy in 2007. I am the original and only owner.
It has 44,600 miles, less than 10,000 miles on the motor, turbo/accessories.
Most maintenance has been performed by me, with the exception to the motor build and turbo installation.
The list of modifications is long, I am sure there are many I have forgotten. I remember what some of the parts cost that I no longer have receipts for, that plus the old invoices I did find and I have spent at least $30k in just parts and pieces. The car is a labor of love, it was tastefully (subjective) modified and was meticulously maintained and cared for.
In about 2009 I supercharged the car. In 2013 I decided to remove the supercharger, build the motor and upgrade to a turbocharger. I removed it and sent the car to Cortney Green to build the motor and install the turbo kit.
Some details about the motor - I never revved the motor past 8,300. The builder assured me with my build I could spin it to 10k. He also said the motor is built past the capacities of the turbocharger, in his experience 1,000hp would be doable with the right setup. On the dyno it made 505hp on 91, 620 on 110 unleaded.
Motor/turbo -
Tuned with Hondata Flashpro
Brian Crower BC6255 Pro Rods
Wiseco Pistons
Polished crankshaft
Supertech intake and exhaust valves
Supertech valve springs and titanium retainers
Bronze racing valve guides
APR head studs
Sleeved by Benson Machine
Fullrace Pro Street Manifold
Garrett GTX3582R turbo
Tial 44mm MV-R wastegate and 44mm dumptube
Tial Q blow off valve
Custom 3 inch downpipe with high flow cat
750HP Precision intercooler
Custom 2.5 inch aluminum intercooler piping
Turbo oil feed and return
Turbo heatshield
Hondata boost controller
Oil filter relocation
4 inch intake pipe and filter
Ballade TCT
AEM fuel pressure regulator and braided hoses
Injector Dynamics 1000cc
Returnless fuel system
Walbro 255 in-tank fuel pump
Bosch mounting bracket
Bosch 044 booster fuel pump
Science of Speed Twin Disc Carbon clutch (in excellent condition, can also be rebuilt if sent in to SOS)
Battery relocated to trunk
Positive and negative terminals in engine bay
Exterior -
JDP Rear Diffuser
Shine replica Spoon Hardtop (softop delete)
Authentic Spoon Front Fenders
CR front lip
KW V2 Suspension
Enkei RPF1's
Interior -
Stock CR Alcantara seats
Alpine door speakers
Knurled weighted shift knob
Sorry, I do not have a photo of my dyno pull when it made 505 on 91 octane or 620 on 110 octane. Dyno runs were made @ 8000 RPM, more power to be made if RPM is increased.
Most of the "bad" things that come with the car are annoyances I've lived with or ignored -
The hardtop creaks when driven, maybe a body shop can adjust it so it fits better. Also, the hardtop is not rainproof, it leaks slightly right next to the driver window. It was never a serious concern for me, as the car never was driven in rain, unless I was caught in a surprise shower. The leak was never so bad that the car couldn't be washed, I always just made sure not to spray directly at the leak. A body shop may be able to get this to fit so it doesn't leak whatsoever.
The booster fuel pump (Bosch 044) is loud.
The heater core failed and began to leak coolant. I bypassed this since the car is never driven in cold weather and I did not want even a professional to remove the dash to replace.

Specifications

  • Year: 2007  
  • Make: Honda  
  • Model: S2000  
  • Trim: Not Specified  
  • Body: Convertible  
  • Mileage: 44,500  
  • VIN: JHMAP21407S004463  
  • Title Type: Clean Title  
  • Exterior Color: Silver  
  • Interior Color: Black  
  • Transmission: Manual  
  • Liters: 2.2L  
  • Cylinders: 4  
  • Fuel Type: Gasoline  
  • Number of Doors: 2  
  • Exterior Condition: Excellent  
  • Interior Condition: Excellent  
  • Drive Type: RWD  
  • Ad Number 6659264
  • Page Views 3586 Views
  • Favorite of 68 People
  • Member Since Sep 2007

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