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Falc'man
13th January 2015, 01:12 AM
Shelby GT350R Mustang: Most Track-Capable Production Mustang Ever Built Coming to U.S., Canada Later This Year


A combination of changes to aerodynamics and suspension tuning to the new Shelby® GT350R Mustang leads to most race-ready road-legal Mustang ever



Significant engineering innovations result in weight savings, aero improvements to benefit on-track performance; Ford is the first major automaker to introduce carbon fiber wheels as standard equipment on Shelby GT350R Mustang



New Shelby GT350R, a limited-production performance Mustang, will be available later this year



Ford today unveiled the new Shelby® GT350R Mustang, the most track-ready road-going production Mustang ever built.
In 1965, Ford and Carroll Shelby developed a road-racing version of the popular Ford Mustang – the Shelby GT350 Competition model. Lighter, more powerful and with a highly developed suspension, it is one of the most iconic racing Mustangs ever produced.

Arriving later this year, the new Shelby GT350R has been designed and engineered in the same spirit, delivering never-before-seen track capability from a Mustang – thanks to innovations in aerodynamics, chassis engineering and light-weighting.

“The Shelby GT350R Mustang is a no-compromise car in the pursuit of maximum track capability,” said Raj Nair, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development. “It is a thoroughbred street car making use of technology and ingenuity to deliver performance few enthusiasts have ever experienced.”

The car features the first-ever production V8 from Ford with a flat-plane crankshaft – the most powerful naturally aspirated engine Ford has ever produced – plus a specially tuned suspension. It is fitted with revised spring rates and antiroll bars, lower ride height, unique track-tuned alignment settings, revised bushings and jounce bumpers, cross-axis ball joints in the front suspension, and revised calibration controlling the MagneRide dampers.

“The Shelby GT350R Mustang is a car with the nimbleness and power delivery you want on a road course,” said Nair. “This isn’t just about horsepower. The Shelby GT350R is an all-around balanced athlete – one that is extraordinarily precise and agile.”

Track technology for the street
Lightweight carbon fiber wheels are standard on Shelby GT350R, making Ford the first major automaker to introduce this innovative wheel technology as standard equipment.

Carbon fiber wheels have been offered on only a handful of exotic supercars and will benefit Shelby GT350R performance by shaving critical unsprung weight and reducing rolling inertia. The 19x11-inch front and 19x11.5-inch rear wheels provide approximately 13 pounds of unsprung weight reduction per wheel and offer higher levels of stiffness than equivalent aluminum wheels.

The lightweight wheels will be shod in Michelin’s top-shelf Pilot Sport Cup 2 high-performance tires with rubber compound and a construction unique to Shelby GT350R. This combination of incredibly stiff and light wheels with bespoke tires offers customers exceptional steering feel and levels of performance.

Weight reduction in pursuit of performance
Ford engineers delivered against aggressive targets for weight reduction on the Shelby GT350R. If a part did not make the car faster around a road course, it was considered for deletion.

Items removed include air conditioning, the stereo system, rear seats, trunk floorboard and carpet, backup camera and emergency tire sealer and inflator. Exhaust resonators also have been removed for weight savings with the benefit of creating a sharper exhaust tone.

Shelby GT350R is more than 130 pounds lighter than the Shelby GT350 Track Pack model, which has proven its durability in multiple 24-hour racetrack tests.

For customers seeking more comfort in their Shelby GT350R, Ford is offering an optional Electronics Package. Included is dual-zone air conditioning, 8-inch touch screen with navigation, seven-speaker audio system, turn signal mirrors and more.

Aggressive aerodynamics
Shelby GT350R has been optimized for aerodynamic excellence. Details including the hood vent for heat extraction and lift reduction, underbody belly pans front and rear, an aggressive diffuser, vented wheel wells and turbulence-reducing fender vents, wheel air curtains and side skirts all remain on Shelby GT350R, but the car’s downforce capability has been increased.

Revisions to the front splitter maximize downforce, while an all-new high-efficiency carbon fiber rear wing has been added in anticipation of competition. The wing moves the vehicle’s center of pressure rearward while improving downforce and lift balance – ideal for high-speed track work.

“Shelby GT350R’s highly efficient aerodynamics, innovative light-weighting and world-class chassis deliver a truly spectacular driving experience that makes you feel like a professional racing driver,” said Kerry Baldori, Ford Performance chief functional engineer.

World-class powertrain
The new 5.2-liter dual-overhead-cam V8 engine is the first-ever production V8 from Ford with a flat-plane crankshaft – an architecture typically found only in racing applications or exotic European sports cars.
Unlike traditional V8s, where the connecting rods are attached to the crankshaft at 90-degree intervals, this design evenly spaces all crank pins at 180-degree intervals to optimize high-speed engine breathing. It is the most powerful naturally aspirated production Ford engine ever, with more than 500 horsepower and more than 400 lb.-ft. of torque.

An air-to-oil engine oil cooler typically found only on race cars maintains engine temperatures under the most severe conditions, as does a standard cooler for the six-speed manual transmission.
A Ford-tuned limited-slip Torsen differential with 3.73 axle ratio is optimized for cornering grip and straight-line traction, while an electronically modulated rear-mounted air-to-oil differential cooler maintains ideal temperatures during track driving.

Dedicated R design details
Aside from carbon fiber wheels, larger front splitter and rear wing, Shelby GT350R features distinct design details. Exterior touches include red painted brake calipers, red pin striping at the edges of the optional over-the-top racing stripes and Shelby GT350R badging. Inside is high-contrast red stitching, Shelby GT350R badging and the D-shaped steering wheel fitted with a red center mark at the top.

New breed of performance
The limited-production Shelby GT350R will be available in the United States and Canada later this year, and is one of more than 12 new Ford Performance vehicles coming by 2020.
“This is the pinnacle of performance Mustangs today,” said Dave Pericak, director, Ford Performance. “The Shelby GT350R Mustang lays the groundwork for a story that will play out for years to come on the track and the street.”

Falc'man
13th January 2015, 01:49 AM
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Falc'man
13th January 2015, 02:55 AM
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HSE2
13th January 2015, 06:44 AM
I was wondering why this has an 8 inch centre touch screen fitted. An option pack featured in the press car.

TICK4D-TAS
13th January 2015, 07:43 AM
I like it.

Need to see some real world photos, and not the press / CGI ones.

Falc'man
13th January 2015, 08:14 AM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkS-_3r42zQ&x-yt-ts=1420750445&x-yt-cl=83543002

Falc'man
13th January 2015, 08:27 AM
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Falc'man
13th January 2015, 08:27 AM
Falc: Couldn't get anything more on your RHD question. The word is nothing at the moment but we'll see about the future.
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TICK4D-TAS
13th January 2015, 08:29 AM
I was just looking at them all on Google :)

Falc'man
13th January 2015, 08:36 AM
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TICK4D-TAS
13th January 2015, 09:16 AM
This is the mustang I would want.

dash gt
13th January 2015, 03:02 PM
Me too.... OMFG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Falc'man
14th January 2015, 04:02 AM
Exhaust resonators also have been removed for weight savings with the benefit of creating a sharper exhaust tone.

...hmm

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3K7IqivCIXw

HSE2
14th January 2015, 06:45 AM
part of the sound is the enclosure I assume.

Sounds good to me.

4Vman
14th January 2015, 06:48 AM
I want to hear it under load, still not sure about the sound of FPC V8's just yet..

Falc'man
14th January 2015, 07:26 AM
I want to hear it under load, still not sure about the sound of FPC V8's just yet..

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7bkYlKhtBHw

4Vman
14th January 2015, 07:34 AM
http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7bkYlKhtBHw

Very nice, definitely better under load.

Falc'man
14th January 2015, 12:45 PM
http://www.stangtv.com/news/more-details-emerge-on-fords-5-2l-mustang-v8-engine-photos-here/

4Vman
15th January 2015, 07:45 AM
6 Things We Learned About the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang


The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang is one of the stars of this year's Detroit auto show, raring to take on the likes of the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 at your nearest road course. We sat down with Ford Mustang chief engineer Dave Pericak to learn more about the track-ready coupe.
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Front EndFord Shelby GT350R Mustang Front End

1. It set a Nürburgring lap time

The Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang lapped dozens of tracks during development testing, primarily in the U.S., but Ford Performance also took the car to Germany's famed Green Hell. Pericak ran the stopwatch while the GT350R lapped the Nordschleife but hasn't yet decided if he'll share that number publicly.

"I have the time. Yeah, we're very happy with the performance of that car, extremely happy with its lap times," he says. "Of course we know what it'll run. We just don't want to engage in that debate."
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Rear WingFord Shelby GT350R Mustang Rear Wing

2. The new aero package is actually functional

Rather than simply reducing lift, Pericak says the GT350R's splitter and rear wing actually help produce "fantastic downforce" that pushes the car toward the ground. "That wing was designed out on the race track," he says. "It wasn't just some wing that the [design] studio came up with and we said, 'Wow, does that look cool.'"

Unfortunately, because the GT350R isn't quite ready for production, Pericak won't give a specific downforce number so as not to mislead us before the car hits showrooms: "We're still fine tuning it."
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Wheels 02Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Wheels 02

3. This is one of the first road cars to use carbon-fiber wheels

Ford buys the 19-inch carbon-fiber wheels (11 inches wide in front, 11.5 inches rear) from a supplier that Pericak won't name. The wheels are 13 pounds lighter than standard steel or alloy wheels, and Ford says they also are stronger. Cutting that much weight will pay huge dividends in the car's acceleration, braking, and handling, Pericak promises.

"No other major manufacturer has ever done that [use carbon wheels], and that's just due to the technical challenges that are due to durability," he says. But Ford has put the carbon-fiber wheels through its usual durability testing and has no concerns that they'll be too fragile for road use: "We don't believe so at all, or we wouldn't be doing it."

Instead, Pericak said the most difficult things about developing carbon-fiber wheels involved making sure they won't fade from sunlight exposure, and ensuring the wheels won't be damaged by the immense heat produced by the Brembo brakes.
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Rear Three QuarterFord Shelby GT350R Mustang Rear Three Quarter

4. The Michelin PilotSportCup 2 tires were specifically tailored by Michelin for the GT350R

The high-performance tires -- 305/30ZR19 front, 315/30ZR19 rear -- have a special compound and tread pattern just for use on the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang. Pericak says that Ford and Michelin worked on countless variables and changes, mostly concerning things like sidewall stiffness and the exact rubber compound used for the tread. Incidentally, those rear tires are slightly wider than those on a Camaro Z/28; that car packs 305/30ZR19 Pirellis all round.

Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Interior ViewFord Shelby GT350R Mustang Interior View

5. Pricing will be somewhat reasonable

"It will not be out of reach of our competitors," Pericak says, though he of course can't yet offer an exact price for either the less-hardcore GT350 or this GT350R. But given that statement, we wouldn't expect the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang to cost more than the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, which starts at $75,000. More important, the addition of exotic bits like the carbon-fiber wheels won't make the R's price astronomical. Pericak said the price differential between the standard GT350 and the GT350R will be less than the gap between a well-equipped 2015 Ford Mustang GT and the regular GT350. Look for an official sticker price sometime this year.

Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang InteriorFord Shelby GT350R Mustang Interior

6. It'll be a little louder and a little more powerful

One of the weight-saving measures was to remove the exhaust resonators that are fitted to the standard GT350. That means the GT350R will be louder and should produce a teensy bit more horsepower, though Pericak says Ford won't recertify the 5.2-liter flat-plane V-8 engine so it will get the same horsepower and torque rating as the non-R. But enthusiasts will know their GT350R makes just a little bit more power.

4Vman
15th January 2015, 08:14 AM
I believe the carbon wheels are from a manufacturer in Geelong.... Funny how Ford wont disclose that..

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 08:38 AM
I believe the carbon wheels are from a manufacturer in Geelong.... Funny how Ford wont disclose that..

Lol this wasn't sema where the aftermarket is on display. Half the parts are probably from China.

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 12:24 PM
wanna hear it again?

http://iconosquare.com/p/897311886692963111_178656139

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 01:35 PM
I believe the carbon wheels are from a manufacturer in Geelong.... Funny how Ford wont disclose that..


HRM: What about those carbon fiber wheels? Do you make those? Does someone make them for you? Will they be painted like on the show car?
JH: They will be black in production. The wheels are a joint development with a company in Australia. They pass all our criteria for aluminum wheels.

http://www.hotrod.com/news/1501-ford-answers-all-our-2016-gt-and-2015-gt350r-questions-sort-of/Didn't sound like he was hiding anything there.

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 01:37 PM
We posted earlier about the reveal of the 2016 Ford GT and the raciest 2015 Mustang yet, the GT350R.. The press conference left us with tons of questions, so we sat down with Jamal Hameedi, Ford’s Global Performance Vehicle Chief Engineer and Paul Seredynski, Global Powertrain Technology Communications Manager. Basically, that means we had a smart engineer and a smart PR guy at our service. The problem with early reveals like the GT and even the 350R is that a lot of the little details aren’t set in stone yet. Big car companies don’t like to let a single number, weight, or power promise slip out without going through numerous internal checks, so a lot of our questions were met with practiced blank looks from Jamal and cheerful non-committed smiles from Paul. Still, if you read between the lines, you’ll get enough info about the new performance line-up from Ford to feel pretty confident that the next two years are going to be good ones for the blue oval.

On Flat Plane Cranks:

HRM: How did you guys balance this engine? Does it have internal balance shafts?
PS: No, it’s balanced just like any V8.

HRM: So, externally? Internally? It’s just counterweights?
JH: Internally. Lamborghini doesn’t use balance shafts, McLaren doesn’t. The whole car is a system, so it all works together. It’s not just putting a crank in old architecture.

HRM: Why did you go with the flat plane crank in the first place? What’s the benefit?
JR: Flat plane is about engine breathing. It’s easier to package, to get a broad torque plateau.
PS: Having usable power so high up the rpm range might mean one less downshift on track, that’s one less chance of messing up, so that’s a benefit. The design allows for a tuned exhaust, a clean separation of intake and exhaust. We’re also able to package the catalytic converter right up to the end of the manifold, which makes a cleaner burning car. This isn’t just about emissions, but emissions aren’t getting any easier…

HRM: You gotta plan for emissions now or you’ll really have nowhere to go later…
PS: Yes, exactly.


On the GT350R

HRM: What visual cues separate the 350R from the regular GT350?
JH: Well, our show car is Liquid Blue, so it’s not exactly like the production cars. On the production car it’s all about red highlights—brake calipers, the snake badge, red stitching in the interior, a red pinstripe if the owner gets the stripe package. Then of course it has the bigger spoiler and front splitter.

HRM: But the rest of the body is the same as the GT350?
JH: Yes, same sheet metal. A-pillar forward is aluminum and door and body sides are steel.

HRM: Could you put the 350R spoiler and splitter on a 350?
JH: Not all the mounting holes are the same.

HRM: But with a drill and some bondo….
PS: With a drill and bondo you can do anything!

HRM: What about those carbon fiber wheels? Do you make those? Does someone make them for you? Will they be painted like on the show car?
JH: They will be black in production. The wheels are a joint development with a company in Australia. They pass all our criteria for aluminum wheels.

HRM: How do you test wheels?
PS: All kinds of ways, hitting objects at different speeds, at different angles…

HRM: Is the carbon in the wheels a unidirectional or a woven material?
PS: Both. We’re being a little cagey about it, it’s a new process. These are the first carbon wheels to be made in any volume for a production vehicle.

HRM: What percentage of GT350s are going to be the R model?
JH: We think it’s going to be a low volume.
PS: When we introduced the GT350, we said it wasn’t going to be a limited edition, but we do expect this to be a niche car.

HRM: What’s it going to cost?
JH: It will be more than the GT350.

HRM: Like, another tax bracket more?
JH: (laughing) When people find out the price we think they’ll be pleasantly surprised.

HRM: What does it weigh?
JH: 130 pounds less than the track pack GT350.
PS: More than 130 pounds!

HRM: Who do you want to beat with that car?
JH: The GT350 and GT350R were developed side-by-side. We spent a lot of time looking at Porsche 911 numbers, Z/28. This is a track car.
http://www.hotrod.com/news/1501-ford-answers-all-our-2016-gt-and-2015-gt350r-questions-sort-of/

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 01:49 PM
Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang

Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang Front Three Quarters 02

AUTOMOBILE: Moving on to the Mustang GT350R—were the GT350 and GT350R developed side-by-side?

DP: Absolutely. We always knew we were going to have an “R” version of the GT350. The GT350 is already an incredible machine, but with the GT350R, anything that doesn’t make the car go faster around a racetrack is gone. It’s not a car that’s going to have the creature comforts people want, but it’s made for racing. You barely can put a license plate on that thing, it’s that much of a race car. But why? Because that’s what Ford Performance is all about: pushing the envelope. We’ve done this with Mustang over the years. Every time we do something new, the question is, “Oh, what’s next?” And here we go. We’ve just introduced a 2015 Mustang and, look, we’re already showing you a GT350 and GT350R.

AUTOMOBILE: What are some of the coolest changes to the GT350R over the stock GT350?

DP: The MagneRide dampers are fantastic, and it’s a technology that we finally have in Mustang that is critical to doing a car like the GT350R. Now that we have independent rear suspension and the chassis set up the way we do, we can take full advantange of MagneRide, really allowing us to dial that thing in for the track when we want to and giving you more of a comfortable ride when you’re going home from the track. And the carbon-fiber wheels: We’re the only high-volume manufacturer to put carbon-fiber wheels on a car. They reduce over 50 lb of unsprung mass, which is huge in making the car feel more nimble, precise, and agile. It was a challenge to do it—no other OEM has done it—but our engineering team figured it out. And then the overall tuning of the vehicle is significantly different from the GT350. Everything is tighter, more precise, and ready for racing.

AUTOMOBILE: No extra horsepower in that thing?

DP: No, right now we’re saying it has equivalent horsepower to the GT350 [500-plus].

AUTOMOBILE: But there’s room to go up?

DP: We’ll see when we get closer to launch.

AUTOMOBILE: I noticed a rear-seat delete. The Boss 302 Laguna Seca had a crossbar. This one doesn’t.

DP: The overall stiffness of the Mustang is better than the outgoing car, so we felt we didn’t need that in the GT350R. When you get behind the wheel, you’ll realize that it’s not needed. The car is extremely stiff. There’s not a lot of compliance in that car.

AUTOMOBILE: What’s your favorite thing on the GT350R over the GT350?

DP: The sound. It’s phenomenal. We removed the resonators. Again, resonators weren’t required to make it go, so it has a very sharp, distinct exhaust note. It’s fantastic.http://www.automobilemag.com/auto_shows/detroit/2015/1501-ford-performance-director-dave-pericak-talks-gt-raptor-gt350r/

Falc'man
15th January 2015, 01:57 PM
I can't help but notice the similarity in the outer post design of the rear wing.

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Falc'man
15th January 2015, 03:34 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1421095549&v=uFpR3O4vIr0&x-yt-cl=83781235

Falc'man
19th January 2015, 01:56 PM
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FTe217
19th January 2015, 02:18 PM
I can't help but notice the similarity in the outer post design of the rear wing.

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http://www.google.com.au/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&ved=0CAUQjBw4Dg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.rssportscars.com%2Fphotos%2Fc ars%2F2014-ford-fpv-gt-f-351%2Ffpv-gtf-351-16a-rear.jpg&ei=bTq3VKiyH6W2mwXqioKoDQ&psig=AFQjCNG4vshn4DCc_mPLcSdu7xxT5x6Nzw&ust=1421380589599074

Your meaning similar to the bseries GT wings ?

That thing looks damn hot.

Falc'man
19th January 2015, 02:34 PM
Your meaning similar to the bseries GT wings ?

That thing looks damn hot.
Yes, that too. For some odd reason the photo of the FPV I posted didn't work in that post. Just realised that now.

http://i40.photobucket.com/albums/e218/HSE2/2014_fpv_gtf_351_track_test_09-0611-m_610x450_zpsbe0f5157.jpg

FTe217
19th January 2015, 03:14 PM
yer thought so..great pic of 001 isn't it.

So someone has paid US$1m for a GT350R....FFS I can't believe how many people have $$$$ growing on trees - I have to source these roots and plant some !

Falc'man
20th January 2015, 09:13 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?x-yt-ts=1421459669&v=nyJZ6UknxKI&x-yt-cl=84178208&feature=player_embedded

Falc'man
21st January 2015, 11:00 AM
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Falc'man
27th January 2015, 11:23 PM
http://m.autoevolution.com/ford-says-the-mustang-shelby-gt350r-is-better-than-the-porsche-911-gt3-91165.html