The 2005 Ford GT is the CSR2 Golden Cup Car of Season 109. The 2005 Ford GT Heritage Edition is the CSR2 Evolution Cup Car of Season 109. The 5 yellow and the 5 purple star Fords are among the fastest cars in Tier 4.
If you are looking for tune and shift pattern for the Tier 5- 2017 Ford GT/Ford GT Heritage Edition. Here you’ll find what you are looking for, 2017 Ford GT Heritage Edition tune and shift pattern.
Ford GT Specifications
The real Ford
The Ford GT is a two-seater mid-engine sports car. The Ford GT began its life as a concept car developed in anticipation of the carmaker’s centennial and as part of its quest to showcase and revive its “heritage” – names like Mustang and Thunderbird.
At the 2002 North American International Auto Show, Ford unveiled a new GT40 concept car. The GT’s chief designer was Camilo Pardo, who worked under the direction of J. Mays. Ford called in Carroll Shelby, the original designer of the Shelby GT 500, to help develop the GT. Carrol Shelby also was responsible for performance testing of the prototype.
The GT is similar in appearance to the original GT40, but is larger, wider and above all 100 mm higher than the original. Consequently, one possible name for the car was GT44. Although the cars are visually and structurally related, there is no similarity between the modern GT and the GT40 from the 1960s that inspired it. Six weeks after unveiling the GT40 concept, Ford announced a limited edition of the car. Three pre-production cars were unveiled to the public in 2003 as part of Ford’s centennial celebrations, and in the fall of 2004, delivery of the production version, simply called the Ford GT, began.
The engine of the Ford GT is a 5.4-liter V8 engine with Lysholm supercharger, which delivers up to 404 kW (550 hp) and develops a maximum torque of 774 Nm. It accelerates the Ford GT to a top speed of 330 km/h, making it the fastest Ford production car currently available. The vehicle needs only 3.9 seconds to sprint to 100 km/h
The CSR2 GT
The yellow star Ford can fit 91 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The GT should run the 1/2 mile in 9.783s.
|Golden Cup Car||Season 109|
The purple star Ford can fit 98 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The GT should run the 1/2 mile in 9.720s.
|Evolution Cup Car||Season 109|
Ford GT tune and shift pattern
|Ford GT Heritage Edition|
|NOS||188 / 5.8|
|Tires||52 / 48|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 3.200rpm immediately 2nd, 40mph 3rd, at 6.400rpm NOS afterwards perfect 4th, rest perfect shifts|
|NOS||188 / 7.2|
|Tires||52 / 48|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 3.000rpm immediately 2nd, 40mph 3rd, at 6.200rpm NOS afterwards perfect 4th, rest perfect shifts|