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Old 04-03-2017, 07:42 PM   #2129
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Edelbrock tune works for the uprated 2017 engine, already?
We have Edelbrock specific tunes for the 2017 model years; I'm not sure if Edelbrock has made them yet.

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Old 04-05-2017, 02:45 PM   #2131
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Nice @colHolm I just ordered mine yesterday. Apparently there isn't anyone with our cars here with a S/C let alone this E-Force Supercharger (according to my tuner)

I can't wait to compare before and after dynos!

Edit: The only thing I'm slightly worried about is the slight fluctuation of the RPM that people were mentioning early on with the CARB tune. I ordered my kit without a tune from Delicious and the D-Box as I don't necessarily have the extra funds for the kit.

I haven't found if there has been a revision to the supplied tune for this kit as I do want their 3 year drivetrain warranty. If anyone knows about that issue being fixed, PM me. Mahalo!
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The minor issues with the rpm variation are easy to live with if you just ignore them. You do have to remember that this is a tiny engine for such a large capacity Supercharger. When moving off from low speed idle the engine still doesn't have any torque and the contrast when the Supercharger starts boosting is quite marked.

The one reason to fit a Supercharger instead of a turbo is the nice linear torque curve.

Just so you know, with my 225/45 x 17 Sottozero winter tires on bare dry pavement I get wheelspin from rest to redline. The stock Michelin Primacy don't stand a chance.

In summer time on my Michelin Pilot A/S 3 I can get wheelspin from rest, on the up shift to second and a definite chirp going into third.

This Supercharger is awesome, you'll never want to go back.
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That's understandable. The way I envisioned this supercharger is like putting a V8 into a little car. My first car was a 1987 Mustang GT V8. The throttle (theoretically, due to lightweight body, but big engine) may be similar in that regard. If that's the case, I can overlook the idle and low RPM fluctuation.

I appreciate the input and I'll be looking forward to adding my name to this registry soon!
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Nice @colHolm I just ordered mine yesterday. Apparently there isn't anyone with our cars here with a S/C let alone this E-Force Supercharger (according to my tuner)

I can't wait to compare before and after dynos!

Edit: The only thing I'm slightly worried about is the slight fluctuation of the RPM that people were mentioning early on with the CARB tune. I ordered my kit without a tune from Delicious and the D-Box as I don't necessarily have the extra funds for the kit.

I haven't found if there has been a revision to the supplied tune for this kit as I do want their 3 year drivetrain warranty. If anyone knows about that issue being fixed, PM me. Mahalo!
CSG has shipped quite a few FI kits to Hawaii...
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Old 04-05-2017, 07:09 PM   #2135
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That's understandable. The way I envisioned this supercharger is like putting a V8 into a little car. My first car was a 1987 Mustang GT V8. The throttle (theoretically, due to lightweight body, but big engine) may be similar in that regard. If that's the case, I can overlook the idle and low RPM fluctuation.

I appreciate the input and I'll be looking forward to adding my name to this registry soon!
I would save up the $400 and get the Delicious Tune. No idle issue and better performance. Like a V6...Not quite a V8

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I would save up the $400 and get the Delicious Tune. No idle issue and better performance. Like a V6...Not quite a V8

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How much performance gain are we talking about with the D-Tune vs. E-Force CARB Tune? I've seen a lot of praise for it.

Also, I'm THINKING of getting a 3" Pulley, upgraded injectors, and an EL header.. Ace, Borla, Nameless, or Tomei. By investing in such a package along with the DeliciousTune + having a 3"CBE, what numbers should I be expecting?

I don't plan to track it since there's unfortunately no track on the island of Oahu in Hawaii ��

Edit: I will be running it a relatively hard during my night time cruise sessions eventually. Im aiming to compete against M3s, Mustangs, EVOs, and STIs during our friendly drag/round top events.
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I can't talk numbers, but the responsiveness goes up a notch for sure. Feels more potent. I am very happy with the tune.

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How much performance gain are we talking about with the D-Tune vs. E-Force CARB Tune? I've seen a lot of praise for it.

Also, I'm THINKING of getting a 3" Pulley, upgraded injectors, and an EL header.. Ace, Borla, Nameless, or Tomei. By investing in such a package along with the DeliciousTune + having a 3"CBE, what numbers should I be expecting?

I don't plan to track it since there's unfortunately no track on the island of Oahu in Hawaii ��

Edit: I will be running it a relatively hard during my night time cruise sessions eventually. Im aiming to compete against M3s, Mustangs, EVOs, and STIs during our friendly drag/round top events.
A solid 20-30, depending on conditions, fuel available, etc. Get the D-box as well.

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Old 04-05-2017, 10:51 PM   #2139
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How much performance gain are we talking about with the D-Tune vs. E-Force CARB Tune? I've seen a lot of praise for it.

Also, I'm THINKING of getting a 3" Pulley, upgraded injectors, and an EL header.. Ace, Borla, Nameless, or Tomei. By investing in such a package along with the DeliciousTune + having a 3"CBE, what numbers should I be expecting?

I don't plan to track it since there's unfortunately no track on the island of Oahu in Hawaii ��

Edit: I will be running it a relatively hard during my night time cruise sessions eventually. Im aiming to compete against M3s, Mustangs, EVOs, and STIs during our friendly drag/round top events.


I would not recommend the smaller pulley. If you have E-85 stations that is probably a safer option for power gains. I run an ACE EL header, and E-85 delicious tune at about 330-340whp.

You also will need to upgrade your clutch if you go e-85 or smaller pulley.


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I would not recommend the smaller pulley. If you have E-85 stations that is probably a safer option for power gains. I run an ACE EL header, and E-85 delicious tune at about 330-340whp.

You also will need to upgrade your clutch if you go e-85 or smaller pulley.


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Over here in Hawaii the most potent fuel we have is 92 Octane. I'll stick to using the DeliciousTune + DBox + EL Header then If I even remotely get close to to 290WHP with this setup then that's good enough for me. If I move up to the states then I'll upgrade fuel systems for E85 applications.

I just don't see Hawaii getting E85 any time soon unfortunately.

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Nice @colHolm I just ordered mine yesterday. Apparently there isn't anyone with our cars here with a S/C let alone this E-Force Supercharger (according to my tuner)

I can't wait to compare before and after dynos!
Paging @Luftwaffel although he's since moved on to a turbo I believe

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Over here in Hawaii the most potent fuel we have is 92 Octane. I'll stick to using the DeliciousTune + DBox + EL Header then If I even remotely get close to to 290WHP with this setup then that's good enough for me. If I move up to the states then I'll upgrade fuel systems for E85 applications.

I just don't see Hawaii getting E85 any time soon unfortunately.

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i made 275 on 93 and that's about the best you can do with that. 92 shouldn't be too far off. but every car, tuner, and setup is different. but theres an idea of what you could see.
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