TORRANCE, CA (October 3, 2014) – Edelbrock has expanded their popular E-Force Universal Supercharger systems to now include applications for GM Gen III engines.
Edelbrock’s new E-Force Universal Supercharger systems are designed for use with street rods and muscle cars with a GM Gen III engine. This supercharger incorporates the Eaton Twin Vortices Series (TVS) Gen VI rotor assembly, the same internals used on the new ZR-1 Corvette, as well as an air to water twin intercooler system. Torque has been optimized through the use of 12″ long runners, while low speed fuel economy is retained through the use of an internal bypass valve to reduce parasitic loss. Edelbrock E-Force Systems are designed to provide instant and reliable horsepower with low boost for minimum stress on the engine. Its compact design fits under the stock hood on most applications and complements the clean look of any engine compartment.
These systems require the use of a universal heat exchanger (sold separately) to provide maximum heat dissipation. Edelbrock offers four solutions; full-face design (#15405), compact design (#15406), narrow design (#15407) and large design (#15408). Visit Edelbrock.com for complete heat exchange details and dimensions.
- Expanded to include GM Gen III engines with cathedral port cylinder heads
- 2300 cc/rev Twin Vortices (TVS) Rotor Group
- Integrated bypass valve for little to no decrease in fuel economy
- Self contained oil system with 100,000 mile service interval (no drilling, no plumbing)
- Assembled in the USA for absolute quality and performance
- Retail priced from $6,045.95
For more information please visit www.edelbrock.com
Founded in 1938, Torrance-based Edelbrock, LLC is recognized as one of the nation’s premier designers, manufacturers and distributor of performance replacement parts for the automotive aftermarket. Edelbrock produces their core products in the United States of America using state-of-the-art equipment in their world class manufacturing facilities. Edelbrock, LLC encompasses five locations in Southern California and one location in North Carolina totaling more than 500,000 square feet. For more information, visit www.edelbrock.com