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Old 10-24-2015, 02:10 PM   #29
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This tune is technically a Flash & Go, but with a few crucial differences that make it specially suited to perform at its best with this kit. A basic Flash & Go would make a bit less power on bottom and top than this would.

This tune is available now, and will be exactly what is sent out whenever someone orders a Flash & Go for an Edelbrock kit through our site.
Thanks again Zach. Another potentially dumb question: If you do upgrade the injectors to a larger size and install flexfuel, come time for smog inspection, would I have to uninstall/revert back to stock in order to flash back to CARB tune? Basically, will the CARB tune be able to recognize that the flex fuel and injectors are there and behave accordingly?
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Old 10-25-2015, 05:05 AM   #31
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Thanks again Zach. Another potentially dumb question: If you do upgrade the injectors to a larger size and install flexfuel, come time for smog inspection, would I have to uninstall/revert back to stock in order to flash back to CARB tune? Basically, will the CARB tune be able to recognize that the flex fuel and injectors are there and behave accordingly?
No, the injector scaling would be all off and the FlexFuel would probably throw a CEL.
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Thanks again Zach. Another potentially dumb question: If you do upgrade the injectors to a larger size and install flexfuel, come time for smog inspection, would I have to uninstall/revert back to stock in order to flash back to CARB tune? Basically, will the CARB tune be able to recognize that the flex fuel and injectors are there and behave accordingly?
Injector scaling will be way off, and flex fuel would mess things up a bit as well, most likely popping a rear o2 cel. You would need to take out injectors, plug back in rear o2 sensor to factory location, and then flash the CARB tune. Alternatively, if they're not doing a visual inspection, just run it and it'll most likely pass the sniffer.

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Old 11-14-2015, 07:53 PM   #33
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Thought some of you might be interested in our latest development on the Edelbrock eForce supercharger. We have started some pulley test and tunes and so far the 3.00in (15 PSI) pulley works great on 91 octane. Though you will be at the limit on stock injectors. More to come...

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Old 11-14-2015, 08:30 PM   #34
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The design of this blower setup is really slick. Very impressed with what Edelbrock did here. I've owned Terminator Mustangs in the past, with the air to water intercooler setup below the blower. This flips that upside down. The "Instant On" boost of a roots blower is memorable.

Is there any data about pre and post intercooler inlet air temps? The question is, how reliable might this setup be on a high compression BRZ motor in the summer in Florida at Sebring?
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The design of this blower setup is really slick. Very impressed with what Edelbrock did here. I've owned Terminator Mustangs in the past, with the air to water intercooler setup below the blower. This flips that upside down. The "Instant On" boost of a roots blower is memorable.

Is there any data about pre and post intercooler inlet air temps? The question is, how reliable might this setup be on a high compression BRZ motor in the summer in Florida at Sebring?
Post blower temps are ranging around 120F degrees at WOT, after a 4th gear dyno pull in about 80F degree Southern California weather. No reason the 15 PSI pulley was still making power.
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Old 11-15-2015, 01:18 AM   #37
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I'm curious if you guys have done any comparisons between the Edelbrock and the Cosworth. I'd like to know how they stack up.
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We have some exciting news for everyone regarding the Edelbrock kits! Last week we were able to get our tune for this kit dialed in even further, as well as test Edelbrock's upcoming 3"/15psi pulley! I'll let the dyno charts speak for themselves here.







All of these tests were done on 91 octane. With the 3" pulley, you will need larger injectors to support the flow! On 93 octane, you should be able to extract a bit more power out of the system, but not quite 300whp. We are eagerly looking forward to getting more time with the car and extract even more power with E85. Stay tuned!

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Any chance you've done any testing with this combined with the ace 4-2-1 header?
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I'm curious if you guys have done any comparisons between the Edelbrock and the Cosworth. I'd like to know how they stack up.
What kind of comparisons would you like to see? I have the Edelbrock on my car and I installed a Cosworth setup on another local car. It would be easy for me to get some back to back logs of the two cars if you're just looking for IAT data, etc...I don't have dyno info, but that can be arranged I'm sure with a little convincing
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Any chance you've done any testing with this combined with the ace 4-2-1 header?
I'm curious about this as well. I am running the ACE 4-2-1 with my Edelbrock setup and the Delicious FNG tune. It would be nice to see how well the ACE does in comparison to a traditional UEL on a FI setup.

It's really unfortunate that I don't have any of these guys like CSG, Moto-East Delicious, etc local to me. I have the car, the kit, and both UEL and EL headers. I just need someone that can tune them both so we can see how they pair up with this supercharger.....
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