Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger For 2011 Mustang GT

Posted by on November 3, 2010 - zero
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Edelbrock as designed a new E-Force supercharger for the 2011 5.0. The E-Force will be using an Eaton TVS supercharger which is looking like a pretty good rotating unit. The design has been upgraded to allow better flow and keep operating temperatures down. As with most newer supercharger setups the design maintains the clean look and is all self contained. The inlet design and runner length are all new and should help performance quite a bit. As with a positive displacement blower setup the unit will be air-to-water cooled by one of the biggest heat exchangers out for the 2011 Mustangs. Hopefully they will release power numbers and PSI input soon so buyers can make an educated choice as the market is starting to flood with newly designed power adders for the 2011 5.0. Price is also currently not known, but we can hope that information is also released soon. You will lose that nice engine cover that everyone loves on the new 5.0, but the performance gains should help to make up for it. The good news is that if you own a 2011 GT you have many great choices out there and we hope this trend continues!

Features and Benefits:

  • Exclusively designed to provide instant, reliable and safe horsepower for a stock Mustang 5.0L with low boost for minimum stress on the engine
  • Complete system that maximizes efficiency and performance by minimizing air restriction in and out of the supercharger
  • Unique inverted supercharger assembly is placed low in the valley, allowing for an incredible industry leading 15″ of intake runner length for maximizing low end torque
  • An integrated bypass valve helps eliminate parasitic loss under light throttle for improved mileage potential
  • Internal assembly made by Eaton, the same rotors used in the new Corvette ZR-1
  • Self contained oil system with 100,000 mile service interval (no drilling or plumping required)
  • 50-state emissions street legal – E.O. number coming soon
  • Available with an optional powertrain warranty

Images and Source courtesy of MustangDaily.com

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