Brady's 2004 Honda S2000 is no stranger to being driven. When he bought it from a friend in 2008, it had close to 60K miles on it. Four years later, and it's pushing 110K miles. A fan of a more aggressive look, Brady opted to drop the car on Buddy Club Racing N+ Coilovers and Enkei NTO3 18x9.5 with a +40 offset and Muteki lug nuts. With the track appearance comes a Shine Auto front bumper, an AP1 rear spoiler, and an AP2 rear bumper with Spoon diffuser. Not one to misrepresent a car, Brady also added some special performance goodies. To make the car pull a little more, he added an AEM V2 Intake, a HKS Hi Power exhaust and an Invidia test pipe. Not a lot in terms of upgrades, but let me tell you, they make a difference. To make it easier to drive, he replaced the stock shift knob with a Buddy Club shift knob.
All the parts come together in a perfect formula: a fresh looking whip with some strong bite under the hood.
Words and Shots by Ty Cobb.