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Alpha S2000 F20C Engine For 200BX 0.2a

Rev 9000RPM Stock, Finnally ;)

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  1. GoldChicken
    MY SECOND ENGINE MOD
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    This time it comes with a Vtec F20C
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    Vtec Kicks at 6000 RPM And Limits at 9000 RPM Like usual

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    Engine Specs

    Stock: Vtec Kicks 6000RPM Limits at Impressively 9000! RPM, Makes 226 HP

    Turbo: Garret GT2252 Customizable, Makes 335 HP At The Lowest PSI

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    Hope you guys like it.

    Images

    1. f20c_turbo.png

Recent Reviews

  1. royce smart
    royce smart
    5/5,
    Version: 0.2
    pretty good only problem is the rev limiter on a real s2000 is 9200
    1. GoldChicken
      Author's Response
      yeah I set it to 9200 ( don't worry about the subtitle ), anyway thanks for the review :)
  2. Plymouth Superbird 1970
    Plymouth Superbird 1970
    4/5,
    Version: 0.2
    It is a nice and simple mod to a car, we need more of these, but there is room for improvement ;)
    1. GoldChicken
      Author's Response
      Thanks, More Updates Will Come Soon.
  3. alanas
    alanas
    5/5,
    Version: 0.2
    Vtec just kicked in yo.
    1. GoldChicken
      Author's Response
      Also, its over 9000!
      (rpm is 9200)
  4. Clorox BIeach
    Clorox BIeach
    5/5,
    Version: 0.2
    are you good at jbeam and body work? you could make the ibishu comspo (compact,sport) a s2000 based off car!
    1. GoldChicken
      Author's Response
      I'm good at engine jbeam modifying but not body modifying
      but i'm gonna atleast do something with unibodys.
  5. britenoah
    britenoah
    5/5,
    Version: 0.1
    looks promising any chance you can do this to the covet?
    1. GoldChicken
      Author's Response
      Yes!, someday I will make my own variety mod with configs and engines. Thanks for the review
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