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This is a discussion on 2006 WRX vs. HONDA S2000 within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Originally Posted by Maccgyver it is still a HONDA and honda makes some fantastic automobiles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maccgyver
    it is still a HONDA
    and honda makes some fantastic automobiles

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    How do S2ks handle boost in stock form? I am guessing that the compression is a little high since it's an NA motor in stock form but how high is it? I know that they can make really good power rebuilt (seen a turbo S2000 put down over 500whp on race gas, high 300s on pump @ 7PSI)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade_
    How do S2ks handle boost in stock form? I am guessing that the compression is a little high since it's an NA motor in stock form but how high is it? I know that they can make really good power rebuilt (seen a turbo S2000 put down over 500whp on race gas, high 300s on pump @ 7PSI)
    Most are still on stock block running SC. Suppose to take boost very well in stock form to 350+ on stock internals.

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