Building on its strong name, Edelbrock stepped into the forced-induction market in late 2008. The E-Force supercharger is the first forced-induction offering from Edelbrock, and the results have been great. The E-Force uses an Eaton TVS-type supercharger as the base for this kit, which comes in two forms. The complete kit is 50-state legal and is designed to make 466 hp and 439 lb-ft of torque with just 5 pounds of boost. The system utilizes a low-restriction intake-manifold design with 15-inch runners for maximum torque and an integrated bypass valve for reduced parasitic loss. A high-capacity air-to-water intercooler, spark plugs, coil covers, and handheld flash programmer are also included.
The competition kit is capable of supporting 700-800 hp and is designed for off-road use only. Depending on the application, the kit includes the supercharger manifold assembly, an 85mm throttle body, an idler bracket, a belt tensioner brace, a water crossover, an intercooler and intercooler pump, a heat exchanger, idler pulleys, and mounting hardware. Undersized pulleys are available in 2.75-, 3.00-, 3.25-, and 3.50-inch sizes.