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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