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2010 Geiger Ford Shelby GT

March 11th, 2010 1 comment

In the spirit of the Cobra!

Alongside the Ford Mustang V6 and its V8 brother Mustang GT there is the crowning glory of the series the wild Mustang Shelby GT500, which is equipped ex factory with 540 PS, an aggressive body and traditional double stripe paintwork. Anyone who remembers the American racing legend Carroll Shelby will be able to instantly imagine how uncompromising and purist the Shelby GT500 factory settings already are. The US car specialist Karl Geiger from Munich has now got its hands on this vehicle and take a look at how the upright Cobra has been transformed into an almost untameable monster!

810 PS, 945 Nm engine torque

As usual the engineers at from Munich operated on the open V8 heart of the American muscle car and in the process left no stone unturned. For more pressure they donated a 3.3 litre compressor to the 5.4 litre aluminium engine block which with its 1.6 bar supercharging pressure provides real fire in the forged crank drive. Larger throttle valves, a modified injection system, a 100 millimetre air flow meter and machined cylinder heads also guarantee that the inner organs are fine tuned. Additional coolers for charge air, coolant and engine oil ensure that the eight cylinder can always work at the perfect temperature range despite massively increased power. Thanks to the massive changes the Geiger Mustang Shelby GT now generates a legendary 810 PS at 6,700 rpm, whereas the maximum engine torque of 945 Nm at approx. 4,300 rpm pulls on the increased differentials. Of course with so much engine torque the transmission also had to be reinforced and in the same step its 5th and 6th gears were shortened. A 3 disc carbon clutch produces smooth power transmission. A special manifold with racing catalytic converters and customised sport exhaust guarantee that exhaust gases are disposed of properly according to type.

High end chassis engineering

So that so much power can also be transformed in acceleration, fitted the Shelby with a special racing chassis as well as a Panhard rod made from chrome-moly steel including polyurethane bushes on the ends to balance the axial offset and new reinforced and adjustable trailing arms for improved rear axle directional stability. For the all-important contact to the asphalt surface four classic OZ alloy wheels in 8.5 and 10×20 inch guarantee adequate grip thanks to Michelin high performance tyres in 245/35ZR20 and 285/30ZR20. The upright Cobra is slowed down using 6 piston high performance brakes on the front axle with 380 millimetre large drilled or optionally slotted brake discs.

Perhaps this Mustang Shelby version would also put the fear of God into the US racing legend Carroll Shelby!

Technical data

Engine: 5.4 litre eight cylinder V with modular compressor, Ford GT aluminium engine block, machined cylinder heads, modified injection system, larger throttle valves, sport air filter, 100 mm air flow meter, cold air box, aluminium rocker arm, forged crank drive, 3 disc carbon clutch, reinforced transmission with shortened 5th and 6th gears, increased differential, engine oil cooler, 3.3 l compressor with 1.6 bar supercharging pressure

Power: 810 PS / 541 kW at 6,700 rpm

Max. engine torque: 945 Nm at 4,300 rpm

Maximum speed: 354 km/h

Wheels/tyres: OZ alloys, front 8.5x 20 in. with 245/35ZR20, rear 10×20 in. with 285/30ZR20

Brakes: VA 380 mm slotted discs with Geiger 6 piston brake calipers GT V6, brake hoses

Chassis: racing chassis, Geiger Panhard rod, reinforced and adjustable Geiger trailing arms

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Geiger Ford GT HP790

November 29th, 2009 No comments


I’ve always told myself, and everyone here at Redline Motive that super cars such as the Ford GT should not go unnoticed. These super cars are designed for speed, performance and all of the joys of driving, as well as one key ingredient – being noticed. What better way to be noticed than to paint your super car a “look at me” lime-green? That’s just what Geiger, a German tuner, did with this Ford GT. However, the flashy looks are backed up with a supercharger that makes the 5.4L V8 produce 790 horsepower and 637 torque. Top speed is said to be around 223mph, and we’ll take their word for it.


The interior looks nice and relatively stock. I don’t recall seeing these seats before in the Ford GT… makes me wonder if they are stock or Geiger upgrades. Either way, I love the 9 holes they have for vents… must be for those times you’re going 223mph top speed, and need to let out some steam.


Above you can see the 5.4L Ford that has a new larger supercharger to force air into the combustion chambers to create the insane 790 horsepower. We still say Geiger should have ditched the supercharger all together and done with a nice twin turbo setup to push 1000 horsepower. Looking in this engine bay though, doesn’t look like twin turbo would be an easy fit, but there are companies out there that do have twin turbo kits for the Ford GT and that is our favorite kind of Ford GT.


The business end of the Geiger Ford GT. This is the end most people will see of this car. We still wish Ford would create a supercar that competes with the Corvette Z06 for about the same price. The Mustang doesn’t close the deal, and the Ford GT is out of the price range. But the Ford GT is still much more exotic and a Ford fanatics dream car. And we love it too.

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