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Old 18 Feb 2013, 08:34 am
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Default Im going to buy a honda s2000. what year is better 2002 or 2005?

Which year is better? Everything considered. Can I turbo it or put a performance chip in it? Also what are the minor and major differences between the two? I'm looking to make it pretty fast which means exauhst , intake so which one would be better for it?
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Old 18 Feb 2013, 08:46 am
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wow... just wow....

you dont have a clue what the AP platform offers
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