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#1 Touge Master

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Escrito 29 enero 2008 - 09:09:04

Consejos para comprar un S2000:

Consejos 1

Consejos 2

Consejos 3

Problemas frecuentes:

Recopilatorio de problemas frecuentes. Soluciones a alguno de ellos.

Ruido al desacelerar

Tensor de la cadena de distribución

Sensor MAP

Varios problemas

Modificaciones:

TUTORIAL: Desmontando la capota

Cambio de capota (luneta de plástico a cristal) 1
Cambio de capota (luneta de plástico a cristal) 2
Cambio de capota (luneta de plástico a cristal) 3

Latiguillos de frenos

Embrague 1
Embrague 2

Discos, pinzas, pastillas y líquido de frenos 1
Discos, pinzas, pastillas y líquido de frenos 2
Discos, pinzas, pastillas y líquido de frenos 3

Estabilizadora delantera

Amortiguadores 1
Amortiguadores 2
Amortiguadores 3

Grupo corto

Llantas

Escapes1
Escapes2
Todo sobre supresor de catalizador

Colectores de escape

Alineaciones

Preparación de motor

Cambio de consola y pomo

Mantenimiento:

Holgura de válvulas y aceite del diferencial
Holgura de válvulas

Bujías

Aceite motor 1
Aceite motor 2


Otros:

Reseteo de la centralita

Botón bomba inyectora

Cuidado de asientos y volante

Rodaje de nuestros S


Editado por Yayo, 07 noviembre 2015 - 12:44:42.


#2 Yayo

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Escrito 14 agosto 2008 - 10:31:11

Esto debe estar por aquí...

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#3 DaNié

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Escrito 17 abril 2010 - 18:15:07

esto es un automensaje para mi...para que cuando busque como resetear la centralita al metodo "joko" lo encuentre sin tirarme 2 horas buscando post de supresores...Dani aqui lo tienes XD

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Escrito 25 mayo 2011 - 09:44:26

...

 
FAQ?!? Qué es éso?!? :P

 

Yo sólo entiendo de Follows y Likes. :meparto:


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Escrito 15 junio 2011 - 09:18:32

Post con videos y experiencias en distintos circuitos con nuestros S2000s:
http://clubhondaspir...uestros-s2000s/

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Escrito 19 julio 2011 - 08:23:13

Post con info y bricos sobre el cambio del Tensor de la Cadena de la Distribución:
http://clubhondaspir...lo-usted-mismo/

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Escrito 19 julio 2011 - 14:22:14

Cambios realizados en el coche a lo largo de los años Desde MY00 a MY08 y CR:

http://clubhondaspir...rgo-de-los-anos


http://clubhondaspir...encias-notables

Muy buenas,
Echa un vistazo en:
http://clubhondaspir...hl__ap2__st__20

Post donde se puso lo siguiente:

Official AP1 vs AP2 Comparison
http://www.honda-tec...othread/2173176
Te interesa leer, sobre todo las diferencias entre 2003 y 2004:
...


http://clubhondaspir...nviene-comprar/

Official AP1 vs AP2 Comparison
http://www.honda-tec...othread/2173176
Te interesa leer, sobre todo las diferencias entre 2003 y 2004:

Model Year 2004
(Second generation S2000).

ENGINE
To improve torque output, Honda engineers stroked the all-aluminum four-cylinder 6.7mm to deliver another 160cc of displacement and a slightly undersquare configuration. By Honda's measurement, there's still 240 hp at your command, only it arrives at 7800 rpm, some 500 rpm lower than previously delivered. This is because the increase in piston speed from the long-stroke layout would stress the internals to the breaking point at a higher rpm. It's one of those physics things.
• Redline dropped from 9000 RPMs to 8000 RPMs.
• F20C engine code changed to F22C ( 2.2 liter) in North America market; the F20C (2.0 liter) remains in production elsewhere. Reportedly Greece gets the F22C too with engine code designation F22C1.
• Through the use of a longer stroke (increased to 90.7mm from 84mm), the motor's displacement was increased from 1997cc (2.0L) to 2157 cc (2.2L).
• Basically a 500rpm shift of the horsepower curve (to the left, on the rpm scale). Thus the new motor makes the same power as the older F20C, simply 500rpms sooner at basically every point on the curve.
• Compression has been bumped up a tenth of a point to 11.1 (from 11.0:1) and the valve timing has been altered to enhance mid-range performance.
• 240hp at 7800 rpm (vs 240hp@8300 rpm) and 162 lb-ft @ 6500 rpm (vs 153 lb-ft @ 7500 rpm).
• This will improve oil consumption and reduce piston noise, Honda improved the cylinder machine honing process by bolting a dummy head to the block (a technique used in race engine building) to improve accuracy. It results in reportedly less than 25% of the deformation on a block.
• The enlarged displacement results in a 6-10% improvement in horsepower and torque from 1000 to 8000 RPMs. Honda claims at the normal operating range of 4500 RPMs the 8 ft-lb torque increase in real world driving translates to 15 ft-lbs over the prior years engine.
• Continues to use traditional VETC instead of iVTEC as on the K-series motors.
• highway gas mileage dropped 1 mpg
• Honda claims better acceleration in each gear, offset only slightly by the reduced top speed potential in each gear (in the older car, thanks to the slightly taller gearing and extra rev capacity, you're able to hold a gear a bit longer, resulting in better acceleration during that brief period where the '04 must up shift while the '00-'03 is able to remain in the lower gear).
• Throttle pedal travel was shortened and pedal effort increased. By reducing the diameter of the throttle body drum, pedal effort is increased approximately 10% at the completely shut end, and 6% at WOT. This was done partly to reduce the occurrence of accidental throttle input such as when the driver encounters a road undulation. Accelerator pedal travel was shortened by approximately 10mm.
• The '03's pistons whiz at 4906 feet per minute at 8900 rpm, whereas the '04's slugs rip along at just 4761 feet per minute at 8000 rpm.

TRANSMISSION
• A tighter secondary gear reduction ratio (1.206 vs 1.16) to provide a bit more snap off the line and to better match the characteristics of the new motor. This is also called the intermediate ratio and is the gear after the transmission and before the driveshaft. It goes like this: Crankshaft --> clutch --> transmission (gears 1-6 + R) --> intermediate ratio gear --> driveshaft --> rear diff --> axles
• 4% shorter ratios for 1st through 4th gears while the 5th ratio is effectively 1% shorter and 6th is effectively 2% longer, for a slightly more relaxed cruise speed. 5th gear ratio changed from 0.971 to 0.942. 6th gear ratio changed from 0.811 to 0.763.
• Carbon fiber synchromesh replace the solid brass ones for all gears except reverse. The new design features a brass ring with a carbon fiber element bonded on the inner surface, resulting in simplified mechanical components, increased synchronizer capacity, improved abrasion resistance, and reduced weight. The weight reduction and increased capacity translates to a smoother and quicker shifting feel. Further enhancing shift feel quality is a reduction in the load acting on the disc spring. Per Honda, this tweak results in reduced shift knob operational load and reduced harshness.
• transmission case rigidity improved

CLUTCH

• Redesigned clutch and clutch case.
• To reduce the "impact torque" of a high rpm clutch dump, the new clutch has an additional orifice at the sleeve cylinder, which reduces the torque reaction acting on the drivetrain, in effect a clutch delay system.
• The clutch case has incorporated additional rib reinforcements to reduce vibrations and noises generated by the drivetrain. The additional ribs have improved clutch case rigidity by approximately 10%.

DIFFERENTIAL
• Redesigned differential; it has been beefed up.
• By moving to an FCD material (from FC), the case rigidity was improved by 40% while the overall case strength was increased 20%.
• Gear fatigue resistance improved by 5% through a change in the shot peening method for the drive pinion gear.

SUSPENSION & STEERING
• Front spring rates increased by nearly 7%
• Rear spring rates were softened by roughly 10%.
• Shock damper rates have been adjusted accordingly.
• Front stabilizer bar is unchanged.
• Rear stabilizer bar was reduced in diameter by 1.8mm to 25.4 mm to improve bump steer & cornering.
• To enhance steering feel and accuracy, the suspension geometry was altered slightly, lowering the steering knuckles by 1.5mm.

One owner’s research found the front suspension received a new front upper arm (left side only); some owner’s speculate that was to correct difficulties in setting the camber on that side. There’s a new part number for the self lock cam nut and bolt at the lower arm’s adjustment point. There’s a new part number for the front lower arm but no apparent geometry change; it’s thought to be a test spec. There are no apparent changes to the front sub frame. The rear suspension received a new knuckle and they moved the mounting point for the control arm. The bushing for the upper arm now has a separate part number; previously it bundled with the part. The tabs for the rear upper arm in rear sub frame have a new part number; it could be durability or geometry change. Front and rear hubs remain the same.

• The EPS (Electrical Power Steering) system features an optimized steer response gain, while the software was updated to improve steering linearity and agility. The steering gear ratio was also changed to match the new suspension and tire characteristics. Increased rigidity of the steering gearbox supporting mounts results in improved steering precision as well.
• One of the "features" of the outgoing S2000's rear suspension was its tendency to exhibit bump steer at the limits. Honda's engineers have attacked this issue from several angles. Rear toe in was reduced from -0deg 19' to -0deg 10'. At a 50mm bump deflection, toe-in has been reduced from -0.19 degrees to -0.05 degrees. Secondly, the rear roll center was lowered from 101mm to 92mm. Honda claims improved roadholding under full suspension compression or during severe body roll situations.
• Honda claims improvements in overall stability, steering accuracy/effort/feel, bump steer characteristics, wet performance/hydroplaning, high-speed stability, smooth ride comfort, choppy ride comfort, and at the limit controllability.
• steering wheel lock-to-lock increased from 2.4 to 2.6 wheel turns.
• steering ratio lowered from 13.8:1 to 14.9:1

CHASSIS
• Chassis code AP1 = MY00-MY03 chassis changed to AP2 with the re-designed bumpers and new headlights / tail lights.
• A new cross brace at the very front of the frame (positioned horizontally, in front of the radiator),
• Reinforcements at key crossmember joints
• Additional fixing points to existing braces
• Reinforcements to the rear wheel arch bulkhead
• Front suspension upper arm brackets were strengthened, further benefiting handling.
• overall weight increase of 25 pounds, from 2810 to 2835 pounds

WHEELS & TIRES
• New 17" wheels, wider in front and rear (by 0.5" and 1.0" respectively), wrapped in wider tires.
• In the front, 205/55R16s were replaced by 215/45R17 tires.
• In the rear, 245/40R17s bumped the incumbent 225/50R16s.
• Honda says both changes are key contributors to extended cornering limits.
• The tires are now Bridgestone Potenza RE050s, replacing the former model's Bridgestone Potenza S-02s.
• The new tires feature a completely different tread pattern, intended to improve the balance in performance between dry and wet conditions.

BRAKES
• To improve fade resistance and stopping power at and near the limit, the brake pad material has been changed from a non-metallic compound to a new metallic compound. The new pad material (Jurid632) provides greater frictional stability in high-temperature operating ranges.
• Master cylinder ratio has been changed from 6.5 to 6.0, resulting in an increased feel of rigidity and "build-up" quality (Honda's term for more stopping power in the latter stage of brake application under constant application). Honda claims less pedal travel is required than previously.
• The ABS system has been improved through the use of split-regulation yaw-control logic for improved stability on split-μμ surfaces when the ABS is triggered. Furthermore, though more powerful than before, the system (consisting of the CPU and modulator) has been downsized for both precious space and weight savings.

EXTERIOR
• new no se job, with wider air intake and new headlights above it
• fake brake opening reshaped and moved inward
• new HID headlights using projector beams
• new LED taillights
• lower appearing rear bumper
• reshaped exhaust pipes, now oval
• spiral double horn unit replaces the current flat double horn.
• new color - Rio Yellow Pearl
• Spa Yellow dropped

INTERIOR
• new combination red and black colored seats
• more sculpted door panel inserts; shoulder room increased by 0.5"
• wave ignition key to make copying it more difficult
• reshaped steering wheel
• new tweeter and mid range speaker housings
• metallic-look trim
• new center console with two beverage holders
• dash changes including a new gauge cluster, reshaped roll where the start button and radio controls are located
• restyled aluminum finish.

FIRST COMPARISON
Sport Compact Car magazine did a road test of the 2004 S2000. They report the 2.2 liter made 210 hp at 8000 rpm at the rear wheels, compared to 203 hp at 8500 rpm that the old 2 liter delivered, and 146 lb-ft of torque at 6400 rpm, compared to 136 lb-ft at 6300 rpm. They go on to say, “Sure, peak power remains the name of the game here, but there's obviously more power than Honda is telling us, and the improved midrange is nice to have around town”. They also did some handling tests and reported the 04 understeered on the skid pad; it registered .89 compared to .92 for the 2 liter car. In the slalom the 04 improved by 1.2 mph to 71.0 mph. They also did some acceleration runs but fried the clutch. 50 to 70 acceleration was faster by .18 seconds, and 0 to 100 is faster by just .2 seconds.

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#8 Storm

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Escrito 05 septiembre 2011 - 14:16:16

Bricos y manuales para bastantes cosas:

http://clubhondaspir...y-mods-repairs/

S2000 Do-it-yourself (DIY) Mods & Repairs

http://www.s2katlant...ods-amp-repairs

Editado por Storm, 05 septiembre 2011 - 14:16:52.


#9 Storm

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Escrito 29 septiembre 2011 - 09:43:16

Programa de Mantenimiento (Revisiones) para un 2005 nacional:

http://clubhondaspir...nto-revisiones/

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Escrito 10 octubre 2011 - 10:55:02

Post con videos y experiencias en distintos circuitos con nuestros S2000s:
http://clubhondaspir...uestros-s2000s/

Recomendaciones y material para primera entrada a circuito:
http://clubhondaspir...ada-a-circuito/


Editado por Storm, 16 septiembre 2013 - 09:05:07.


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Escrito 17 octubre 2011 - 10:24:06

Cambio de aceite de motor y su filtro y arandela específicos:
http://clubhondaspir...aceite-y-filtro

Apretar tuerca de la punta del palier (buje) para quitar ruidos y desgaste en la transmisión:
http://clubhondaspir...-ruido-en-s2000





Es lo que dice Touge Master,me paso a mi la semana pasada y lo que hice fue;
-soltar el palier,osea,aflojar la tuerca
-darle un poco para atras al palier
-limpiar la parte trasera un poco y engrasar
-volver a meter el palier
-y apretar bien la tuerca(28Kgm)
Segurisimo que es eso,y ya que estais hacedselo al otro lado también,espero haberos ayudado,salu2



Edit: Añado ésto (muchas gracias, Zappatilla!) por aquí:
http://www.s2ki.com/...how-to-and-why/
http://www.s2ki.com/...ar-axle-nut-diy


En PDF:
http://clubhondaspir...-to and Why.pdf



TSB 01012005: SN050105 01/01/2005 Suspension - Creak/Grunt From Rear At Low Speeds:


Editado por Storm, 16 febrero 2013 - 00:05:31.


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Escrito 03 noviembre 2011 - 16:13:46

Sobre montar slicks y opciones para llevarlos a circuito (bola, carro, remolque, baca,...):
http://clubhondaspir.../112716-slicks/

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Escrito 09 noviembre 2011 - 15:28:21

Cambio del soporte motor del lado del pasajero:
http://clubhondaspir...o-del-pasajero/

#14 Storm

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Escrito 16 noviembre 2011 - 23:58:11

Post "Foto de tu S2k":
http://clubhondaspir...foto-de-tu-s2k/

Editado por Storm, 16 noviembre 2011 - 23:58:33.


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Escrito 05 enero 2012 - 14:56:34

Problemas de ralentí y limpieza de la válvula IAC (IACV):
http://clubhondaspir...-mas-frecuentes

 

Otro hilo sobre limpieza de la IAC:

http://clubhondaspir...za-válvula-iac/

 

P.D: Un hilo muy completo de S2ki sobre problemas de ralentí (gracias, Deibit!):
http://www.s2ki.com/...kangeroo-probs/


Editado por Storm, 17 febrero 2016 - 22:04:36.


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Escrito 17 enero 2012 - 19:16:55

Engrasar muelle del pedal del embrague para evitar ruido (chirrido):
http://clubhondaspir...-2#entry2217958
 

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Edit: Fotos sacadas ayer mismo:
http://clubhondaspir...AC/IMG_2287.JPG
http://clubhondaspir...AC/IMG_2288.JPG


Editado por Storm, 07 abril 2016 - 11:28:00.


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Escrito 07 febrero 2012 - 23:31:43

Comparativa de Grupos Cortos VS OEM:
http://clubhondaspir...ost__p__1892775

 

Opciones a la hora de cambiar el grupo del diferencial:

http://clubhondaspir...-4#entry2007795

 

A ver, hay dos opciones:

-Mandar el diferencial a EEUU y que nos manden el del anterior cliente con el grupo que elijamos (como comentaba Oxigen):

http://clubhondaspir...-3#entry2007583

 

Y si quieres bajo mi punto de vista la mejor de todas las opciones, contacta con Puddy de s2ki ( Nick S2KPUDDYDAD ):

http://www.s2ki.com/...lable-products/

 

El te puede conseguir el 4.77 de los Kia Sportage y criogenizartelo para hacerlo mas resistente, asi como mandarte un casquillo reforzado y tornilleria criogenizada tambien , todo ello mas o menos por el mismo precio que comprando solo el grupo a cualquiera de las anteriores paginas. Este grupo es Plug and Play en el s2000.

 

-Hacerlo aquí buscando a alguién competente (lo que, visto lo visto, no parece del todo fácil):

http://clubhondaspir...ado-touge-spec/

 

Y Montaje de la Yellow Box de Modifry (para corregir velocidad) por Ka2000 (muchas gracias!)
http://clubhondaspir...aje-yellow-box/


Editado por Storm, 29 abril 2015 - 13:55:21.


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Escrito 14 febrero 2012 - 17:13:52

Brico de cambio de capota antigua (ventanilla de plástico) por nueva (ventanilla de cristal):
http://clubhondaspir...ana-de-cristal/
En PDF: http://clubhondaspir...Pradejonero.pdf

Editado por Storm, 25 septiembre 2012 - 10:42:31.


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Escrito 15 febrero 2012 - 10:15:16

Sobre refrigerar los discos de frenos mediante brake ducting (canalizar aire hacia los mismos):

-Refrigerar discos de freno mediante brake ducting?

http://clubhondaspir...-brake-ducting/

-Brake duct's:

http://clubhondaspir...83-brake-ducts/

Edit: Añado ésto por aquí:
http://www.s2ki.com/...ke-temperature/
http://www.s2ki.com/...d-brake-rotors/

Editado por Storm, 29 octubre 2012 - 17:22:33.


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Escrito 19 febrero 2012 - 20:54:58

Ruido al desacelerar

Problema de ruido al desacelerar por los muelles del embrague del modelo prestyling:

TSB 00054 Engine & Transmission - buzzing on deceleration

Make : HONDA
Model : S2000
Year : 2000
Manufacturer : HONDA (AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO.)
Service Bulletin Number : 00054
Date of Bulletin : NOV 27, 2001
NHTSA Item Number : 627323
Component : POWER TRAIN:MANUAL TRANSMISSION
Summary :
SUBJECT REGARDING BUZZING NOISE FROM THE ENGINE OR TRANSMISSION WHILE DECELERATING. *SLC

http://www.s2ki.com/...TSB/A00-054.pdf


Cuatro años después, tenemos un video!

Bueno, aqui va el video, en vivo la verdad es que se oye bastante mas. Pero yo creo que se aprecia como se corta el sonido al rozar el acelerador y vuelve en retencion.

No se si se puede meter el video, no veo la opcion... asi que os dejo el link.

http://youtu.be/5lmMACoyg00

Saludos

Anda coñe, que chulo, te mete el video directamente..... mooooola!

Muchas gracias, Purpleholic!

Editado por Storm, 19 febrero 2012 - 21:08:17.





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