Phil Penny’s wild Honda S600 is one of the wildest engine conversions we’ve ever seen. The car is powered by a 3.2L Toyota 2JZ engine boosted by a huge Billet Turbochargers 88mm turbine. With little room in the engine bay the turbo now hangs right out of the bonnet of the tiny Honda. Putting down around 1000hp to the tyres is a tough ask!
1965 Honda S600 coupe
Toyota 2JZ stroked to 3.2L
BRG alloy rods, Arias hi-comp pistons
Resin filled block , ATI balancer, L19 heads studs
Race ported and flowed cylinder head by dave Stevens
Shaw billet Cams, Titan cam wheels
Hypertune twin fuel rail manifold & 102mm Throttle body
Bosch 1600cc methanol injectors x 12, Enderle 110 belt driven fuel pump
Billet Turbochargers 88mm front wheel 94 back wheel
Turbosmart wastegates x 2, Turbosmart 50mm BOV x 3
PWR water to air barrel intercooler
Haltech PS2000 ECU, 6x EGT sensors & Racepac dash
ATI high impact proglide, TCE 6700rpm stall converter
Altra 9 sheet metal diff housing, FLoating 40-spline gun drilled axles
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