Eneos is Japan’s largest oil business, and for this year’s SEMA Display, it brings an E30 BMW three Collection with an motor swap from a Honda S2000. The business also has a Honda Acty pickup with a matching bike in the again.
This E30 belongs to Formula Drift Pro-class driver Faruk Kugay. He started out with a 1985 BMW 318i and ditched the original 4-cylinder motor in favor of a Honda F20C mill out of an S2000 building 240 horsepower (179 kilowatts). He developed it as a way to have one thing equivalent to an E30-technology M3 but likely at a considerably lessen value.
There are a couple of extra mods, way too. The motor breathes as a result of an AEM intake and Borla stainless metal cat-again exhaust. You can find also a customized wiring harness and tucked radiator to make the 2000s Honda powerplant perform in the eighties BMW. The mill runs as a result of the S2000’s 6-velocity gearbox, and there’s a confined-slip differential at the rear. This set up stays CARB lawful.
The automobile wears a Pandem V1.5 widebody kit with an E30 M3 Evo two rear wing and a carbon-fiber roof panel. The more width permits for fitting seventeen-inch Rotiform wheels that are 9.5 inches broad in entrance and eleven inches broad at the again. The suspension works by using KW Variant three coilovers, and the brakes are from an E36 M3. You can find also a strengthened human body with a four-issue inside roll bar.
The other Honda-powered machine that Eneos has a SEMA is a small Acty kei truck (over) that belongs to Neil Tjin from Tjin Version. The tiny pickup has a sporty glance from a new entrance bumper, fender flares, a spoiler at the rear of the cab, and a more substantial, steel spoiler on the tailgate. All of the lighting now works by using LEDs.
The human body receives a customized Seafoam inexperienced color and yellow-painted 13-inch wheels. Inside of, there are activity seats with yellow upholstery.
To match the Honda, there’s a customized Super73-ZX electrical bicycle. It has a Seafoam inexperienced frame and yellow parts for the wheels and seats.