E-Force Universal Supercharger for LS3/L92 Cylinder Heads w/Corvette Belt Offset

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The Edelbrock has designed part # 1540 UNIVERSAL supercharger system for street rods and muscle cars with Gen IV GM LS3/L92 engines with RECTANGULAR port cylinder heads. The part # 1540 comes with a Corvette Offset. Edelbrock supercharger systems are designed to deliver maximum low end torque and great drivability. Edelbrock E-Force systems are designed to provide instant and reliable horsepower with low boost for minimum stress on the engine. Its compact design fits under the stock hood on most applications and complements the clean look of any engine compartment. These systems require the use of a universal heat exchanger. System part # 1540 includes handheld tuner for use with GM Parts LS Series Engine Control System part # 19258270. Call for custom configurations.


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  • These systems will require a fuel system with a consistent fuel flow of 60 psi to prevent engine damage.