Honda's small, rev-happy engine creates a wonderfully unique
driving experience. The elevated redline forces you to retune your
ears to the proper shift point. Since few of us are used to the
sound of an engine screaming away at 8900 rpm, we had to watch the
tachometer for the first few shifts to avoid short shifting. At
engine speeds below 7000 rpm, one can hear and enjoy the burbling
exhaust note. At more than 7000 rpm, the mechanical clatter
underhood drowns out the exhaust. If it weren't a Honda, we might
have thought we were hurting something up under that long, chiseled
aluminum hood. In no time, however, we were totally accustomed to
the sound an 8900-rpm production engine makes and banged every
shift at redline. This particular car has had some great
modifications that you would have to come see for yourself but it
is a great car at a great value for todays market. Please give us a
call to schedule a time to come see this unique piece of Honda
2006 Honda S2000
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