• Oct 12, 2007
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Germany's GeigerCars is responsible for some ungainly creations, normally turning up the wick on vehicles that have no business being fast in the first place. But when the firm directs its resources towards exotic American muscle, it's the automotive equivalent of Henry Kissinger – absolute power corrupting absolutely.

By ditching the stock supercharger and installing an upgraded unit, the Geiger crew was able to increase boost pressure from 0.8-bar (11.6 psi) to 1.25-bar (18 psi). After installing new throttle valves, replacing the air filter, equipping the GT with a new exhaust and remapping the ECU, they were able to bring power levels up to 701 HP and 617 lb.-ft. of torque. 60 now comes up in a scant 3.5 seconds and top speed eclipses the double-century mark by 11 mph.

Keeping the GT from pirouetting at speed is an adjustable suspension that drops the supercar by 60mm over 20-inch wheels wrapped in 245mm tires up front, with 21-inchers swathed in 325s out back. Aside from the new ride height, GiegerCars left the rest of the body unscathed, save the rear bumper that houses new four-inch exhaust tips.

GeigerCars' full press release is after the jump.

[Source: World Car Fans]



PRESS RELEASE

The legendary Ford GT is now even faster!

GeigerCars.de packs even more performance power into Ford's newest model

The Ford GT is a living legend. For those who have driven this car before it is hard to imagine what it means to gain 29 % more performance power. Its supercharged engine with an impressive 701 bhp/ 523kW producing a peak torque of 7407 in-lbs reaches a top speed of 211 mph. The engine's shear force gives you goose bumps and its deep base just about takes your breath away. With the tuning modifications carried out by GeigerCars.de the Ford GT really outdoes itself.

Munich's tuning specialists at GeigerCars.de converted the Ford GT 5.4 liter V8 engine entirely. A 3.3 liter serial compressor replaces the 2.3 liter compressor and the boost pressure was raised from 0.8 to 1.25 bar. The engine electronics were reprogrammed to calibrate the GeigerCars.de power components. Enlarged throttle valves and a sport air filter provide its eight cylinders with more circulation. The engine and transmission's cooling system are optimized to meet the needs of the Ford GT's expanded performance. With the first step on the gas this sports car instantly demonstrates what it is capable of: a true race car.

From 0 to 62mph in 3.5 seconds

With the tuning kit from GeigerCars.de the sprint from 0 to 62 mph takes just 3.5 seconds. The Ford GT can cover a quarter mile in 10.9 seconds. Its driving force is noticeable in first gear and does not let up - this car does not stop giving until reaching maximum speed at 211mph. Only the tire's loading limit bridle the engine's overwhelming power. Its top speed is limited electronically. The driving experience is acoustically enhanced with the installation of a high performance exhaust system from GeigerCars.de which accentuates the engine's solid sound. The Ford GT's powerful tailpipes have a diameter of 110 millimeters. Having removed the rear bumper the tailpipes impress in full view.

Engine and suspension design: a perfect complement

Such immense force of acceleration is to be controlled with confidence. Optimum control in all situations is guaranteed by a GeigerCars.de specially designed adjustable suspension system. For optimal weight distribution of axle load between front and rear axles, the hydraulic shock absorbers can either be set in the impact or tow mode. Its suspension package lowers the Ford GT by up to 60 millimeters and brings its power onto the road. In turn, its unique thin silhouette and sporty proportions are brought out by the low rider.

Controlling shear force with confidence

Its high performance break system with monoblock brake calipers produced by GeigerCars.de is made for deceleration performance. Even at over 186mph the Ford GT breaks quickly and confidently. For quick acceleration and optimum control when taking curves GeigerCars.de combines impressive 245/35R 20 size tires and 9Jx20 light alloy wheels on the front axle and 325/30R 21 size tires and 11x21 wheels on the rear axle. Such distribution gives the car a safe grip even at fast cornering. The Ford GT's impressive outer appearance is completed with the addition of a Geigercars.de wheel set in black with stainless steel inlays.


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      • 7 Years Ago
      There is a Video on youtube from stage6motorsports and they are makin 1200 Whp< on Ford GT

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJC9qaMfRSI
      • 7 Years Ago
      The company that customizes Escalades with what looks like Golden Globe awards as hood ornaments and Hummer H2's to look like Ford GT's with huge chrome wheels actually did somthing very tasteful.

      Good work GeigerCars.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Hello!
      Does anybody may help me join the European dealer of the marvelous FORD GT ? I am planning the purchase of one brand new car.
      Thanks people!
      Philometalist
      • 7 Years Ago
      Nice Job!

      Didn't think after the GTX1 this car could get anymore badass but I stand corrected.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Correct me if I am wrong but didn't C/D get the GT to hit 60 in 3.3 seconds? And 211mph? I believe without the limiter (stock GT hits 205), Ford was able to get this thing to 215. I bet this thing could do better in the run to 60.

      Impressive numbers but not exactly stellar. Plus, there are tuner companies that have gotten over 900hp out of this thing...and I believe that was with a mostly stock engine.

      Pretty bad ass, though.
      • 7 Years Ago
      "Even at over 186mph the Ford GT breaks quickly and confidently"

      Mr. Jeremy Clarkson would agree. Or was that brakes?

      Still, 3.5 to 62 is mind boggling. Might not have much rubber left on the tires, but when you're attempting to remove your head from where it's firmly embedded in the headrest, it doesn't much matter.
        • 7 Years Ago


        Funny, I was thinking that same thing. I remember the Top Gear episode where he showed the love, or lack of, for the GT40 reliability. I think the car lasted 2 months with him and traveled less than 250 miles if I remember correctly. Beautiful car, too bad the reliability sucks on it.
      • 7 Years Ago
      bad ass...