Performance modifications aren’t clear, but the aero changes have enabled the car to lap Tsukuba in just The original air date of these Hot Version battles are at least a decade old, so where is the Amuse S R1 now? You see Tanabe-san was never one to waste time. It was all very exciting and I was due to return there to see the car when it was completed. The aero is rather tame as far as touge machines go, featuring only a front lip and a GT wing. Game Changers features on Speedhunters. Even in the last months of his life he dedicated all of his efforts to completing various projects, cars that helped him leave behind a true legacy.
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The aero is rather tame as far as touge machines go, featuring only a front lip and a GT wing. He was never one to settle for a specific brand or car, he liked to fiddle with anything he could get his hands from GT-Rs to Supras, Chasers to Ss and of course Fairlady Zs. Some tuner cars achieve success rather quickly while others are polished over time, but the Honda S by the renowned Japanese tuner Powerhouse Amuse is both.
The original air date of these Hot Version battles are at least a decade old, so where is the Amuse S R1 now?
Watch The Original Amuse S2000 R1 ‘Touge Monster’ Attack Tsukuba Circuit
Later, it’s titanic battle against the J’s Racing S is still regarded amse one of the most legendary Gunma battles in the history of Hot Version. It’s no Scorch Racing S15, but any Tsukuba lap time below a amuss is blistering quick. The plan was all drawn out, the F20C, once completed was to be fitted to the S along with an HKS 6-speed sequential transmission and an R34 GT-R rear end to handle the savage power and torque this motor would crank out.
You see Tanabe-san was never one to waste time. Performance modifications aren’t clear, but the aero changes have enabled the car to lap Tsukuba in wmuse Under the hood this car was running a stock engine mated to an Mugen carbon air box with air scoop, an Amuse stainless manifold….
Amues recipe isn’t difficult to replicate, but the devils are hidden in the tuning prowess behind Amuse. When I visited Power House Amuse in Tanabe-san was very excited as he knew the potential his soon to be created demo car could have when completed.
Car Feature>> Power House Amuse S2000 Gt1
Remarkable stability meant Keiichi Tsuchiya had no problems jumping on the power rather early at corner exit. After a dry carbon hood, trunk, wing, and soft top completely removed, the Amuse S weighs just kg, or kg lbs less than stock.
It was when the late Tanabe-san of Power House Amuse came up with an all-new s2000 for a wild Honda Sbased project. When he showed me the progress he had made in a few short months, sitting there on an engine stand in amuss little engine-building room at the Amuse HQ, I was just blown away.
More importantly, it’s just great to see the original Amuse touge monster continue to terrorize at Tsukuba.
Watch The Original Amuse S R1 ‘Touge Monster’ Attack Tsukuba Circuit – The Drive
It was all very exciting and I was due to return there to see the car when it was completed. Last week, YouTube channel Attack Official shared a video of the Amuse S aumse in the Attack event at Tsukuba, where we see its new race track aero upgrades including completely new front end aero featuring wide canards and a deep splitter, big vents on the front fender, as well as a massive GT spoiler at the rear.
Even in the last months of his life he dedicated all of his efforts to completing various projects, cars that helped him leave behind a true legacy.
The real weapon is the Amuse ‘s suspension setup and weight loss. He wanted to push the boundaries of what had so far been done with the then 5-year old Honda sports car. Game Changers features on Speedhunters. Unfortunately fate had other plans and an incurable disease pretty much put an end to him ever completing what he started. On top of the beautiful body conversion.
Car Feature>> Power House Amuse S Gt1 – Speedhunters
In the meantime however I was shown to one of four GT1 kitted S that were parked up outside the shop. He was a true innovator, a man with so much drive and aumse for anything on four wheels. The S GT1 did meet a lot of goals, first up in the aero department as the kit was deigned, produced and sold in a short period of time, quickly becoming a favorite among Honda enthusiasts.