Rebuilding A Wrecked Honda S2000 Part 4

  • Published on May 23, 2019
  • We finally did it! Our first engine swap was a success. Well... sort of. Watch as we try to pin point the issues of our frankenstein engine swap. We have much more planned for this build to be sure to stay tuned. Thanks For Watching!!!
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Comments • 2 801

  • Dan Clark
    Dan Clark 3 months ago +1343

    When you have a Lambo, but still wanna hit that VTec, 👌🏻😎👏

      GAMER BOY 3 months ago +1

      bro vtec is a legacy i own a vvt but vtec is awsome

    • Bob Barker
      Bob Barker 3 months ago

      U can hear the valvs hitting the pistons lol

    • Oleg
      Oleg 3 months ago +3

      Them boys are in for an experience, about to lose that vtec virginity, nothing like the first time 🤣😏

    • JpHDev
      JpHDev 3 months ago

      Total muppets

    • Saktish Muniandy
      Saktish Muniandy 3 months ago +1


  • ishu chaudhary
    ishu chaudhary 15 hours ago

    *where is Indian flag ?*

  • smoker joker.
    smoker joker. 2 days ago +1

    Vtec will kick in yo !!!!!

  • Top Gama
    Top Gama 6 days ago

    What happened to this built

  • Dylan Henry
    Dylan Henry 13 days ago

    I think he put the front tires on the wrong sides

  • Niels G.
    Niels G. 14 days ago

    Did you sold the S2000?

  • Adam Berg
    Adam Berg 15 days ago

    Does this engine not have a vct solinoid and a vct screen I know on certain early 2000 honda engines a clogged vct screen prevented the vtec from engaging

  • dave wood
    dave wood 19 days ago

    What's happened to the s2000

  • KcMcGill
    KcMcGill 21 day ago

    VTec fast but crappy none of them last very long -_-

  • William Weyel
    William Weyel 23 days ago

    Crank sensor

  • sonnaps
    sonnaps 23 days ago +8

    So what's up with this build? Is there another video I'm missing? I'm curious to see how it all turned out.

    • Eddy Bulich
      Eddy Bulich 3 days ago

      Was thinking the exact same thing

  • Pentiumboots
    Pentiumboots 26 days ago

    It seems like air in the fuel line.

  • Ronnie William
    Ronnie William 29 days ago

    All right good mechanic always helps way to go guys

  • Dante White
    Dante White Month ago

    i want to see more videos please

    DJ KNITE Month ago

    Check the MAF, sometimes if the MAF is malfunctioning, it can throw a car into limp mode.

  • Jaime Gonzalez
    Jaime Gonzalez Month ago

    you wanna be famous?

  • Travis Yarman
    Travis Yarman Month ago

    Should of just swapped the cam sensors. Lol. Cut and solder.

  • Ben Scott
    Ben Scott Month ago

    Yoo what’s the update with this?

  • Playing In The Road

    I'm 99.9% sure that I know the problem, it is one of two things. The first possibility can be verified in a matter of minutes. I realize that you've read the vin on the back of the head which indicates it as coming from an AP2 chassis, however, that does not eliminate the possibility of it having a swapped head or a swapped vin plate. To confirm that it is indeed the correct engine for that chassis, you will need to verify the engine code. On the driver's side of the engine block, just below the first intake runner will be a stamped engine code. An AP2 should be stamped "F22C1" and an AP1 will be stamped "F20C1." I can clearly see that the engine did have an F20C1 intake manifold, throttle body and wire harness, so that alone should be enough to raise suspicion. If the block is in fact an F20C1, it is not going to ever run right with an F22C1 ECU. Option #2 is going to take a lot of explanation, so I'll wait for your reply before making this comment any longer.

  • X x
    X x Month ago

    Those camshafts were (cleaner) because you hot bathed them with coolant. When running the bad engine.

  • Mattie Fattie
    Mattie Fattie Month ago

    What happened to this car?

  • johnsanity
    johnsanity Month ago

    they sound like rhett and link

  • Silver GhostMBN
    Silver GhostMBN Month ago


  • Hymie Henry
    Hymie Henry Month ago

    Not sure if you guys got this sorted or not but there's a sensor at the bottom of the engine call the knock sensor, if its bad it won't allow you to rev pass 3000 rpm

  • jose mercado
    jose mercado Month ago

    Hi from Puerto Rico ...nice channel

  • Acguy 901
    Acguy 901 Month ago

    No more s2000?

  • Deondre Jones
    Deondre Jones Month ago

    I wanna see me videos on this beauty

  • piffdaddy420
    piffdaddy420 Month ago

    what happened to the S2000?

  • Serge
    Serge Month ago

    Change the v tech valve.

  • HackerMan
    HackerMan Month ago


  • sefine sero
    sefine sero Month ago

    Paint it yellow

  • Wasif Anwar
    Wasif Anwar Month ago +1

    Next video havent arrived yet regarding this s2000? Why?

  • Daniel Jalop
    Daniel Jalop 2 months ago

    Hey goonzqad the honda s2000 wear are the badboys

  • The Lambos
    The Lambos 2 months ago

    It’s Bluetooth czars

  • VINMAD666
    VINMAD666 2 months ago

    Love ur channel............just my opinion......
    Get rid of the gold plate......back to black........

  • Nickel Duncan
    Nickel Duncan 2 months ago

    I love you guys

  • TheEpyonz
    TheEpyonz 2 months ago +1

    Waiting for that vtec video!

  • Dakota Dabney
    Dakota Dabney 2 months ago

    When more s2k videos coming

  • Black Phase
    Black Phase 2 months ago

    you have a dual overhead cam engine thats why it had 2 cam postion senors and now you are trying to run it on one cam with the wrong valve cover and wrong cams so the ecm is freaking out also if those cams are off by one tooth it will run in limp mode and give crank postion codes and cam postion codes

  • Elie Georges
    Elie Georges 2 months ago +1

    What happened to this project?

  • Greenleaf productions
    Greenleaf productions 2 months ago

    I had a similar situation with my injectors, but it's most probably piston stroke timing and injection sync or definitely crank. Peace

  • AircraftMechanic
    AircraftMechanic 2 months ago

    How do you guys not have a scanner? Lol

  • Watson J kuch
    Watson J kuch 2 months ago

    Twin turbo the s2000

  • Mr. Nightmare
    Mr. Nightmare 2 months ago +1

    that's the speed sensor
    change it and it will be at 7 thousand rpm easy

  • TurboBass
    TurboBass 2 months ago

    Replacement engine didn't work, replacement #2?

  • Dennis-steven Moffit
    Dennis-steven Moffit 2 months ago

    I think its you wire harness guys. I have a 2002 honda Accord that I did the same thing to trying to fixed a trans error. In the end the error was the O2 sensor faulting out and breaking the fuse to the ecu but that's not the point here. In my adventure of solving this issue I replaced the engine wire harness. after that, my headlights stopped working and I always had a code for the O2 Sensor heater even after I replaced it. Turns out that while the car I took the harness from was almost exactly the same, mine is a ULEV and the harness I got was for a regular Accord ex. After I swapped back to my old harness, everything is back to normal. I know its probably not what you wanna hear but that's a Honda too and your issue seems to relate to that harness. Just a thought tho guys. Keep up the good work.

  • jarimm
    jarimm 2 months ago

    Crankshaft position sensor usually reads teeth from trigger wheel attached to crankshaft. Usually there are certain amount of teeth with one (or more) cut off and signal from cam shaft sensor has to match this missing tooth point for engine run properly. Compare teeth amount in both of the engines and check if they match. Also check if the ckp sensors are of same type in both.

    THOMAS KAPP 2 months ago

    when are you going to update us on the s2000 . did you get it running right yet ?????

  • darek costa
    darek costa 2 months ago

    What’s up with the next video! Did u guys fix the rpm issue yet! It’s been over a month now

  • Henry Phan
    Henry Phan 2 months ago

    Are you guys going to complete the s2k?

  • Michael Mackaman
    Michael Mackaman 2 months ago

    the supercars are great, but lets see more of this, at least finish it up

  • Tim Nelson
    Tim Nelson 2 months ago

    What happen to this car

  • Wolf Gang Does gaming
    Wolf Gang Does gaming 2 months ago

    Could it be the ecu

  • Applesnapple s
    Applesnapple s 2 months ago

    Shell gas price at $2.51 per gal. Gawd damn. Come on California where you at.

  • jordi andrea
    jordi andrea 3 months ago

    hey guys - i longing to see more vtec power... pls ..........goonzquad Power

  • Dustin Holt
    Dustin Holt 3 months ago

    I don’t know if you have got the problem with it not revving past 3000 rpm fixed yet but my old s2000 had to be fully warmed up before it would rev past 3000

  • Jason Visser
    Jason Visser 3 months ago

    Why dont you guys do a crank angle relearn. Weather you have a new sensor or not you still may have to do one

  • Takács Ákos
    Takács Ákos 3 months ago +4

    The standard fuel in east Europe is 95, the premium is 98 or even 100.

    • Zupoyo
      Zupoyo 3 months ago

      Europe uses RON. US uses the average of RON and MON. 98 in Europe is about equivalent to 93 in the US. You cannot directly compare the two.

  • Garth Morris
    Garth Morris 3 months ago +1

    Why didn't you just fix the blown head gasket on orginal motor?

    • M Hollins
      M Hollins 3 months ago

      hahahah that's what I said

  • KSHOT 2002
    KSHOT 2002 3 months ago

    Guys I did not have wifi till today and could not watch your vids 😔 but now I do and guess what I am about to do 😊