Detailed Car Specs

Drivers of Simba

Year Driver
2020 Skúli Kristjánsson
2019 Skúli Kristjánsson

Detailed description of Simbi

Type of Engine Coyote 5,0
Horsepower 740 wheel on 7800rpm
Turbo / NOS 2,9 Whipple Blower
Max Boost 18 psi
Block Ford
Piston Mahle
Cylinder Heads Ford Coyote 2017
Intake Manifold 2,9 Whipple Blower
Camshaft Mustang forget steel
Crankshaft 2015 - 2017 Coyote
Connecting Rods Mahle H-beam
Injection System Holley EFI
Engine Builder Ford Performance
Intercooler Water to Air Whipple
Torque 614 ft/lb
Fuel MS 109 VP
Type of Transmission Ford C6
Input Shaft -
Clutch Drum -
Converter Stall 5000
Gears 3
Transfer Case
Type of Transfer Case Ljonstadir Special
Axels Front Axle Rear Axle
Housing Custom 9" Ford Ford 9"
Axles Ljonsstadir Special 35 spline 35 spline Dana 70
Differential Ratio 4.10 4.56
Case Yukon Aluminum Case Yukon Aluminum Case
Locker Spool Spool
Knuckles 2002 Ford 350 outer and custom made inner
Joints RCV Double CV
Steering Ratio 65°
Suspension Front Rear
Shocks ORI 10" STX Struts King Air 10"
Trailing Arm 4-Link 4-Link with panhard
Type of tire MT w/ Super Scoopers
Tire Size 33 / 15-15"
Type of Wheel Weld Racing
Wheel Size 15x13
Brake Caliper Wilwood
Brake Pads Wilwood
Brake Discs Hyundai Santa Fe 2001 - 2006


Titles Won
NEZ Champion

Simba was built in 2018 – 2019 by the owner and driver, Skúli Kristjánsson along his uncle Ragnar Skúlason and his other team mates and his sisters. 

The car got the name Simba because this is not the first car built in that workshop. The workshop is called “Ljónsstaðir” which directly translates to “Lion’s Place”, but in 2014 – 2015 the Formula Offroad car “The Lion” was build there by Guðmundur Arnarsson and Ólafur Leósson, so being the second in line “Simba” was more than appropriate name for the car.

Skúli Kristjánsson

Skúli Kristjánsson began his driving career in 2017 when he borrowed the Street Legal car “Pjakkurinn” from his friend Eðvald Orri Guðmundsson. It was his first time driving Formula Offroad. He won the first time he tried so he borrowed the same car a year later and won yet again. After getting the feel for the sport he began building his own machine that would fit into the Unlimited Class. 

His first whole season started rocky. With a completely new build in the first race there were some faults that came into light that the team needed fixing, but Skúli’s driving was up to par. In May 2019 was the NEZ Cup and was Simba shipped over to Norway so Skúli could participate.  There everything clicked and worked as it should and therefore Skúli won the title NEZ Champion of 2019, sealing his first title in his Formula Offroad career. 

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