OEM Honda S2000 Clutch Disc Only. Honda Part# 22200-PCX-055 This is our recommended choice for all basic n/a S2000's (Kswap or stock F). A more aggressive clutch setup will transmit more shock and harmonics to the rest of the driveline. Keeping an OEM clutch setup will help buffer that shock.
Clutch Masters Steel K Swap Flywheel designed to work with the adapter plate and a K series engine to S2 transmission. We strongly recommend the steel flywheel over the aluminum on K24's that are spending a lot of time in the higher RPM's. The long stroke of an inline 4 produce some intense harmonics that can result in transmitting those harmonics into your clutch, or even worse, cause loose/broken flywheel bolts. DO NOT USE your S2000 flywheel bolts. They are too long and will bottom out before properly fastening. We sell the correct bolts.
The OE S2000 rear wheel hubs are unfortunately a weak point when combined with track use and meaty tire setups. The primary failure point is from the lightening cut-outs on the backside of an already thin hub flange. Karcepts S2000 Rear Hubs are filled in solid and built with an increased flange thickness. Rotor retention screw holes have also been eliminated. These 3 simple geometric adjustments have reduced stresses by two-fold over the OE units. Along with design optimization, Karcepts hubs are machined from chromoly steel and heat treated for an even greater endurance limit. Direct replacement for Honda 42210-S2A-000 Solid 8.75mm thick hub flange (9% thicker than OE) CNC turned from billet chromoly steel Oil quenched and tempered for improved fatigue strength Precision ground bearing journals Maintains OE rotor-centric attributes and offset Fits all 00-09 Honda S2000 without modification Wheel studs not included Sold in pairs
This is the LSD of choice with our Time Attack and GLTC Race cars. We can help determine what setup of the LSD would be a good starting point given your car's power levels, type of driving, and tires used. Need install help? Send us a message to arrange service.
Is your S2000 starting to shake under power or even light load? What about when cornering? This is the quick and easy fix. Axle spacers will push the axle cup further inwards giving it a nice fresh surface. Install time of 10-20 minutes and get back to enjoying that smooth Vtec again.
Is your clutch pedal feeling a little funny? This could be your issue. If left ungreased (or using the wrong grease) the clutch release bearing will wear at this guide. If you've got 150+ miles on your S2000, you may want to just replace this if you're already pulling the trans for a new clutch.