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    Cincinnati Tech Day (for the S2000)

    Back in April of 2010 when I bought my roadster (Honda S2000) I joined a National Car Club called S2KCA.
    I had so much fun, like on this forum, posting and asking questions and learning about this car.
    I went on several drives with S2KCA in IN, KY & OH and even one National drive.
    It was very cool to meet people you had been chatting with online with for months and even years.

    I haven't been active for the past 2-3 yrs. but I'm going to Cinci Friday & Saturday for what we call a Tech Day and we change out fluids and other maintenance in an airplane hanger at a small airport.

    I was invited to come Cincinnati again even though I've been away for the past 2 yrs. b/c of scheduling conflicts.
    It has been great connecting with some old friends and I look forward to it.
    Some pics:





    My blue car and my son's yellow one:



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    Nice! Always loved S2ks.
    If youre free youll never see the walls.


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    Listen to Rhino, Coach, NHT3, and as much as I hate to say it, Chezuki. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chezuki View Post
    Nice! Always loved S2ks.
    My son never got to drive my roadster much but when he decided to buy a sports car (after having a Honda del sol and a Toyota Scion tc), we drove everything.
    He was around 29 at the time, and we hunted for 3 weekends.
    He drove my S2000 while we were looking and he started to realize why I had bought one.
    Short story: he bought one.

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    Unlike his 22's, doddg found a car he could keep long term. It is a very nice looking car too, very stylish.
    The colors red, white, and blue stand for freedom until they are flashing behind you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Dog View Post
    Unlike his 22's, doddg found a car he could keep long term. It is a very nice looking car too, very stylish.

    Now that was funny!
    It is a classic cut: timeless.
    They keep their value since production ended, if you have one unmolested.
    I just wanted a convertible.

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    Cancelled: bummer.
    But, rainy and in the 40s does take the fun out of car work even with an airplane hanger.
    Be more fun when it warms up.
    They'll reschedule in a week of two or more if needed.
    When I do go I'll get some good pics for those of you who have never seen two S2000s at the same time.

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    Good! Rescheduled for May 4th.
    Always nice getting the engine oil, tranny fluid and differential fluids all changed and fresh with Amsoil.
    June 14th (last day of work) I hope to take my new fluids for a drive with S2KCA club members in Marietta, OH: hours of "twisties" which this car is made for, with a couple of good meals and fellowship.


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    At lunken field? I work at the big hangar there. Watch your speed on Columbia lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ggreen View Post
    At lunken field? I work at the big hangar there. Watch your speed on Columbia lol

    That's the one.
    Been going there for years, unless there is a scheduling issue.
    Thanks for the tip on Columbia!
    When I'm out of town driving a roadster, I'm very aware of keeping the speed in check.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doddg View Post
    That's the one.
    Been going there for years, unless there is a scheduling issue.
    Thanks for the tip on Columbia!
    When I'm out of town driving a roadster, I'm very aware of keeping the speed in check.
    Between landslides, steel plates and cops it has gotten pretty treacherous

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