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Old 03-28-2011, 05:00 PM   #1
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Default Vengeance Racing installs Edelbrock E Force on 2010 Camaro.. Results/Pics inside

This was our first E Force (About 50 TVS 2300s and half dozen Whipples on 2010 Camaros). I will say the kit is very complete and the install is very straight forward.

We installed this system on a stone stock 2010 LS3 Camaro. Our customers goal was an additional 100HP/100FT LBS with stock drivability. After comparing the Whipple/Kenny Bell/Magnuson/Edelbrock our customer felt the E-Force suited his goals the best. I believe the decision was made mostly based on aesthetics as any of the above systems would easily produce the #s he was looking for.

Here are a few shots of the E-Force prior to the installation.






Just a few hours later.....








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in the same configuration what would a TVS2300 put down?
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Cool! How much boost is that setup making?
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Pretty cool setup
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I'm so jealous of that engine bay. Look at how much room they have above the manifold. It's a really nice looking kit. Other than the Edelbrock, it looks factory and to the untrained eye, they would have no idea there was a supercharger on the car.
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I'm baffled as to why all these SC kits are utilizing the POS stock air box, but none the less that is a CLEAN looking setup.
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The only thing that surprises me is that the supercharged power curve starts to drop after 5700 rpm. It seems like most TVS blower graphs continue to climb above 6000 rpm. I wonder what is different about the E-Force?
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The only thing that surprises me is that the supercharged power curve starts to drop after 5700 rpm. It seems like most TVS blower graphs continue to climb above 6000 rpm. I wonder what is different about the E-Force?
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I'm baffled as to why all these SC kits are utilizing the POS stock air box, but none the less that is a CLEAN looking setup.
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I'd have to imagine the stock airbox is part of the issue....
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in the same configuration what would a TVS2300 put down?
It is a TVS 2300...
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The only thing that surprises me is that the supercharged power curve starts to drop after 5700 rpm. It seems like most TVS blower graphs continue to climb above 6000 rpm. I wonder what is different about the E-Force?
I wonder if its because of the long runners. Edelbrock claims they help the lowend torque. I havent figured out why you would need more lowend with a roots blower.
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not bad, not bad...but after paying all that money for the kit at least get some cold air and some headers.
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