Building A Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

I have come across many S2000 projects using a variety of engines ranging from a K24 to a Viper V10 but I have never found one using a RB-series engine… until now. This is Shawn Hall’s 2000 Honda S2000 which is powered by a RB25DET Series 2 and five-speed transmission from a Nissan R33 Skyline. The engine was installed using a modified S2000 subframe, custom mounts, and a Wiring Specialties wiring harness. To view more images and follow the progress of this build please visit either the project’s Facebook group or Instagram.

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET

Source: Project’s Facebook group and Project’s Instagram

3 thoughts on “Building A Honda S2000 With A Nissan RB25DET”

  1. Shawn Hall has always had interesting Hondas. This S2000 has seen many motors and setups before, but this is the craziest thing he’s undertaken so far. I rode in it when it was a 400 something hp F series and I told him that it was already too fast for its own good. We’re talking taking out 1000cc street bikes here. And now, the RB swap. Can’t wait till its done. In the meantime he’s been helping me choose parts and install them on my FA5 Civic. Shawn is very knowledgeable, and when he has the time he lends a helping hand to a fellow Honda buddy.

    I hope this car gets the attention and notoriety it deserves when it’s done.

    His father was always building crazy stuff in his garage, and I’m sure he’s looking down on Shawn right now, proud as hell of his son.

  2. hi
    I am about to purchase an Honda s2000 and wnat to fit a rb26det with clean 600hp.
    Also planning on a nice wheel setup and LED setup together with veil side kit on a two tone colour ( dark silver matte and dark black matte )
    I am happy to see it can be done on rb25det

    What’s the best year for the Honda s2000
    And can you guide me into some links for purchases of parts etc ?

    Congratulations on the build

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