Jay Toch's LS1 Honda S2000

No one likes an unfinished project. If you can’t finish it, you might as well sell it, right? Jay Toch acquired Corey Maurer’s LS1 swapped S2000. This is quite a large unfinished project; there wasn’t a single system in the car actually finished. The best thing for Jay to do was to regroup and start from the beginning w/ Warren at Extreme Addiction Automotive to re-install and work on the following:

  • electric water pump, alternator, fuel system
  • all lines, wiring 
  • upgraded harmonic balancer 
  • driveline, transmission 
  • exterior and brakes

There’s a lot going on with Jay’s build so we’ll have to catch up with him when everything is buttoned up. For more information on Jay's S2000, visit his Instagram page (@jay.toch).

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