Based on FORS2-VLT long-slit spectroscopy, the analysis of the central absorption line indices of 9 S0 galaxies in the Fornax Cluster is presented. Central indices correlate with central velocity dispersions (σ0) as observed in ellipticals (E). However, the stellar population properties of these S0s indicates that the observed trends are produced by relative differences in age and α-element abundances and not in metallicity ([Fe/H]) as previous studies have found in E galaxies. The observed scatter in the line indices versus σ0 relations can be partially explained by the rotationally-supported nature of many of these systems. The presence of tighter line indices vs. maximum (circular) rotational velocity (VMAX) relations confirms this statement. It was also confirmed that the dynamical mass is the driving physical property of all these correlations and in our Fornax S0s it has to be estimated assuming rotational support.