Edelbrock Launches E-Force Supercharger For S550 Mustangs

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New from Edelbrock – the E-Force supercharger for the 2015-16 Mustang GT. This system fits perfectly under the hood and adds up to 297 horsepower and 290 lb-ft of torque. See more details below.

Official Release:

Edelbrock has expanded its Ford Mustang E-Force Supercharger systems to now include the 2015-16 Ford Mustang GT.

These new systems can increase the power of the 5.0L Coyote up to 732 horsepower and 690 ft-lbs. of torque at the flywheel, for a 297 horsepower and 290 ft-lbs. of torque increase over stock. The Stage 1 and Stage 2 Street systems are designed to work with all OEM emissions equipment, which will make them 50 state emissions legal (E.O. Number pending). These systems provide the best combination for your daily driver.

These E-Force systems are the first to feature the new DP-3C intercooler. DP-3C references the “Dual-Pass Three Core” design. With this new design, the intake air charge passes through the intercooler twice; first pass is from the rotors up through the center core and the second pass is when the air charge goes down into the runners. The DP-3C intercooler also features 45% more surface area over the previous Mustang designs, allowing this system to achieve lower intake air temps for increased power output.

Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger Systems incorporate the Eaton® Gen VI 2300 Twin Vortices Series (TVS) rotor assembly, as well as an air to water intercooler system and dual pass heat exchanger. Performance has been optimized through a unique runner design and an integrated bypass valve that helps reduce parasitic loss under light throttle, which improves gas mileage potential. All of this technology fits under the stock hood without any modification.

The Stage 1 system includes everything you need to bolt it on under the hood, including supercharger/manifold assembly, air-to-water intercooler system and a handheld programmer to properly tune the factory ECU for the added power. The Stage 2 system includes all of the same components, plus a larger bore throttle body, cold air intake system, higher output fuel pump and 60 lb. injectors to support the added performance. Stage 2 components also available as an upgrade kit for those who already own a Stage 1 kit.

Both the Stage 1 and Stage 2 E-Force systems are backed by a FREE 3-year/36,000 mile Limited Powertrain Warranty, offering up to $16,500 of coverage for worry-free operation. Outside of the power and warranty, these systems have great looks under the hood with a black powder coated supercharger assembly that will let people know… your Mustang is Edelbrock Supercharged.

Features:

  • First to tout the new DP-3C intercooler
  • Incorporates Eaton’s Gen VI 2300 Twin Vortices Series rotor assembly
  • Increases the performance up to 732 hp and 690 ft-lbs. of torque to the flywheel, for an improvement of 297 hp and 290 ft-lbs. of torque
  • No cutting or modification to stock body or hood

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