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Old 05-13-2010, 01:43 PM   #1
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Edelbrock E-Force Dyno

So here is a pic of the last Edelbrock E-Force on a 2010 SS LS3. The kit install was fairly simple except for the fact that Edelbrock miss machined the valley cover and we had a massive oil leak.

After pulling the supercharger off and re machining the cover on my mill here are the #'s we got. This is with a pulley one size smaller and a custom tune. All in all this is a great kit and actually like the fit better than some of the other positive displacement supercharger kits.

This was with about 9lbs of boost, ARH Headers & Exhaust.

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Old 05-13-2010, 01:53 PM   #2
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Old 05-13-2010, 01:55 PM   #3
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ncie numbers. I'm going to have the same mods soon, but I think I'm going to stick with 7 psi. hoping for 570/500 ish.
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So here is a pic of the last Edelbrock E-Force on a 2010 SS LS3. The kit install was fairly simple except for the fact that Edelbrock miss machined the valley cover and we had a massive oil leak.

After pulling the supercharger off and re machining the cover on my mill here are the #'s we got. This is with a pulley one size smaller and a custom tune. All in all this is a great kit and actually like the fit better than some of the other positive displacement supercharger kits.

This was with about 9lbs of boost, ARH Headers & Exhaust.

How did you catch the mis-machined valley cover? before or after the install?
I hopefully have one of these coming and wouldn't know what to look for on the cover, so looking to your experience to see what to look for.

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Old 05-13-2010, 02:13 PM   #5
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So here is a pic of the last Edelbrock E-Force on a 2010 SS LS3. The kit install was fairly simple except for the fact that Edelbrock miss machined the valley cover and we had a massive oil leak.

After pulling the supercharger off and re machining the cover on my mill here are the #'s we got. This is with a pulley one size smaller and a custom tune. All in all this is a great kit and actually like the fit better than some of the other positive displacement supercharger kits.

This was with about 9lbs of boost, ARH Headers & Exhaust.
Mike, this is a very handsome numbers. If that same car would have dynoed at sea level, say Florida, would those numbers be higher or lower?
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Old 05-13-2010, 02:52 PM   #6
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If it is SAE corrected it won't matter where it is dyno'd.
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Old 05-13-2010, 02:58 PM   #7
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Maybe a stupid question...is that corrected for flywheel hp, or are we looking at rwhp on that graph?
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Old 05-13-2010, 03:09 PM   #8
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that should work just fine.
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Old 05-13-2010, 03:21 PM   #9
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No problems with fuel? Or did you install a BAP? Nice #'s!
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Old 05-13-2010, 03:29 PM   #10
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now that is what I call some down low torque
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Old 05-13-2010, 04:38 PM   #11
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Maybe a stupid question...is that corrected for flywheel hp, or are we looking at rwhp on that graph?
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Old 05-13-2010, 07:15 PM   #12
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Very Lucky that this is my build...............Car runs fantastic, RMCR guys did a great job with it....

The mis-machined valley cover issue was found just before car was put on final dyno( good thing)

Fuel was good throughout up to 6600rpm with no tale off.


More pics and base dyno graph will be up shorlty here and on my journal page.

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Old 05-13-2010, 08:14 PM   #13
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Teddy,
How did they determine the valley cover was mis-machined? Is it something you can visually determine? The reason I ask, is in theory, I have one getting ready to ship and I want to know if I can visually see the problem before I install.

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Old 05-13-2010, 08:27 PM   #14
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Notice a leak on the ground before pulling up to dyno, put on lift and followed from there. Determined that it needed to be tapped further for a tight secure fit.
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thanks. That is something I will check on.

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Man, I don't know how you're going to get traction with so much low end TQ. I love low end TQ, but 540 at 2500 RPM... Wow!
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Its a ho-lotta-fun.................pfadt stuff helpin out
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Damn, that's a beast. Great power curve. Torque looks unbelievable. Nice job on fixing the valley cover, RMCR.

I have to say, this looks like a very clean install, especially with the ADM intake.
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Damn, that's a beast. Great power curve. Torque looks unbelievable. Nice job on fixing the valley cover, RMCR.

I have to say, this looks like a very clean install, especially with the ADM intake.
This was the first one that tried our system.

I see a couple small changes and we will have a kit..ASAP

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Valley cover issue

sorry for my confusion- I am installing this weekend and dont really understand the valley cover machining issue is it threads and where on the plate are there? how to fix? Also how is the driveability?

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WOW......was it said how many miles the car had on it?
That's Freaking incredible...seems like the longer runners paid off...
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This was the first to test our Intake on!!!

I see a couple small changes and we will have a kit..ASAP
A couple of changes were made for the intake to connect properly. Because of the new release of this SC it was nearly impossible to get a proper fit without having one to test on. Andy at ADM was nice enough to supply extra piping to see what might work. In the end a pipe was fabricated by RMCR to connect the SC to the intake housing. Now that these are out more and more I know Andy will have a system suited just for this SC. The design and function are outstanding with CAI/SC setup,props to Andy and to RMCR for making this system work.
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sorry for my confusion- I am installing this weekend and dont really understand the valley cover machining issue is it threads and where on the plate are there? how to fix? Also how is the driveability?

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NICE....this is impressive to say the least. I was worried it wouldn't deliver, honestly..."too good to be true".

RMCR, can you comment on the charge air temp...that big intercooler ruins that traditional sculpted blower look -- but it's there for a reason...does it work?
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