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Old 08-22-2015, 12:18 AM   #15
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That's amazing, gonna tempt a whole lot of people into switching from other fi systems with that.
So is their 3 year/36000 mile warranty...

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E-FORCE SUPERCHARGER WARRANTY INFORMATION
We're so confident in the engineering, manufacturing, quality and proven performance of our E-Force Supercharger Systems that we're backing them up with an unprecedented new warranty.
Our new Limited Powertrain Warranty will pay up to $16,500 to cover the cost of parts and repairs for engine, transmission and rear axle components if a warranted vehicle suffers a mechanical failure. Now you can outfit your ride with an E-Force Supercharger and have the peace of mind that you'll be covered!

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Terms are 3 years (36 months) or 36,000 miles, whichever occurs first Time is measured from the vehicles original in-service date and the mileage is measured from zero (0) on the odometer
Applies to Stage 1 systems and Stage 2 Corvette systems supplied with a tuner and utilizing the Edelbrock calibration
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Rental vehicle reimbursement for up to three (3) days or $105
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$1,000 value at no additional cost to you
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I will say, getting the tune for free is just one more thing in Edelbrock's favor. And I hope CSG will not only give results for the blower as it stands, but also with the type A 350 Ace header... Maybe that's asking too much of, for such busy guys. Ah well, I just had to say it. FuzzyFunk, good luck with your kit and I can't wait to see what you do this weekend.

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I will say, getting the tune for free is just one more thing in Edelbrock's favor. And I hope CSG will not only give results for the blower as it stands, but also with the type A 350 Ace header... Maybe that's asking too much of, for such busy guys. Ah well, I just had to say it. FuzzyFunk, good luck with your kit and I can't wait to see what you do this weekend.

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I wouldn't mind having multiple test mules...
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It would help, wouldn't it? Alas, I'm 1,000 miles away and too busy.
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@CSG Mike What does it mean by new car dealership for the warranty? Like if I were to bring my car (not new obv) to the dealership to get it installed, will the warranty still stick in place for the supercharger, or does it have to be a brand spanking new frs/brz and have it installed at the dealership at the time of purchase?
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@CSG Mike What does it mean by new car dealership for the warranty? Like if I were to bring my car (not new obv) to the dealership to get it installed, will the warranty still stick in place for the supercharger, or does it have to be a brand spanking new frs/brz and have it installed at the dealership at the time of purchase?
If a dealership installs the kit for you, then you would get the warranty from Edelbrock on your entire drivetrain. It can be done any time. However, finding a dealership to install the kit may be a bit difficult.

The easiest option will be to find an ASE certified technician local to you to perform the installation.

Alternatively, you can find authorized dealers/installers such as @CounterSpace Garage to do the installation for you as well.
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Total weight of the system? Or perhaps shipping weight?
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Compatibility with the JRSC OC kit was one of my concerns, good to know CSG are on top of this.
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stage 2

So I was wondering if its possible to get that stage 1 converted into a stage 2 tune for those catless header people..?
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So I was wondering if its possible to get that stage 1 converted into a stage 2 tune for those catless header people..?
Stage 2 I heard is still in the works but will be for "Off road or race applications" only since it wont be CARB compliant (Remember Edelbrock is in Cali).

As for weight increase its roughly 30-35lbs increase from stock to the E-Force system.

Only promo video they got.

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I really like this SC and can't wait to find out more about it, especially user reviews.

How much power can I expect with 91 octane tune with Tomei UEL header and full catless exhaust setup?
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I really like this SC and can't wait to find out more about it, especially user reviews.

How much power can I expect with 91 octane tune with Tomei UEL header and full catless exhaust setup?

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In CARB exempt form, the supercharger makes about 280-300hp at the crank, utilizing approximately 60% of the supercharger's capability. With a larger crank pulley, smaller supercharger pulley, and E85, 500hp is very feasible. You'd need a built engine to sustain that type of power though, as well as a whole host of supporting mods (additional cooling, clutch, injectors, fuel pump, etc.)
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Not yet. I think I will try to pay a visit to CSG sometime this week and have them give me their impressions. I will take video then.

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