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Edelbrock E-Force Stage 2 Track Supercharger - Complete Kit (11-13 GT)

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Features
  • Stage 2 - Track System
  • Complete Kit - intended for competition race use
  • 636 HP and 538 ft/lbs of TQ
  • 3.25" Supercharger Pulley
  • 15" long runners for increased low-end torque
  • Installs under the stock hood
  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Fits 2011-2013 5.0L GT Mustangs
Description

More Power! The stock Coyote GT Mustangs came with a very respectable 420 Horsepower and 390 lb/ft of Torque from the factory, but after installing a E-Force Stage 2 Track Competition Supercharger Kit you will be planting a ground pounding 636 HP and 538 ft./lbs of TQ to the pavement. The E-Force Supercharger was designed by Edelbrock to provide instant, reliable and safe horsepower with minimum stress on the 5.0L engine.

Unique Design. The heart of the E-Force Supercharger is the all new Eaton Gen VI TVS® Supercharger rotating assembly that has been integrated into the intake manifold for a seamless design with minimal components to eliminate the possibility of vacuum leaks. Edelbrock's unique inverted supercharger assembly is placed low in the valley allowing for 15" long intake runners for maximizing low end torque.

Stay Cool. Edelbrock uses the largest intercooler available. Keeping the air cool is a 110 square inch high capacity air-to-water intercooler and full face low temperature heat exchanger, making it the "coolest running supercharger" on the market today.

Application. This E-Force Stage 2 Track Competition Supercharger Complete Kit is specifically designed for use on the 2011 to 2013 GT Mustangs equipped with the Coyote 5.0L 4V V8 engine.

Not legal for sale or use on pollution controlled motor vehicles, intended for competition race use only.

Features:
  • 636 HP and 538 ft./lbs of TQ
  • 2300cc (140 cubic inch) Eaton® TVS® GEN VI rotor assembly
  • 110 square inch high capacity air-to-water intercooler
  • Unique intake manifold design with 15" long runners for increased low-end torque
  • Competition Cold Air Intake Kit
  • 100,000 mile self-contained oiling system
  • Installs under the stock hood while maintaining factory accessories
  • Designed, cast and made in the USA

Mustang Fitment: 2011 2012 2013 Details

What's in the Box
  • Supercharger Manifold Assembly (Featuring Eaton TVS Rotors)
  • Cast Aluminum Alternator/Idler Bracket
  • Heavy Duty Automatic Belt Tensioner
  • Large 110 Sq-in Intercooler
  • Full Face, Low Temp. Heat Exchanger for Intercooler System
  • Goodyear Gatorback Serpentine Belt
  • Electric Intercooler Water Pump
  • Intercooler Recovery Tank
  • Custom Molded Intercooler Hoses
  • Fuel Injectors (50lb/hr)
  • 3.25" Supercharger Pulley
  • Steel Idler Pulleys With Heavy Duty High Speed Bearings
  • Cold Air Intake
  • Extruded Aluminum Fuel Rails
  • Handheld Calibration Module, Preloaded with ALL Tunes
  • Plug & Play, Electrical Harness and Installation Hardware
Installation Info

Installation Time: (approx) a Day

Difficulty Level:Mechanical expertise or professional installation required.

Fitment
  • GT - 11, 12, 13

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Will this supercharger kit work on a 2012 Boss 302?

Cm6248 Year: 2012 Model: Boss

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  • This will fit. This is basically replacing the boss intake manifold. Straight bolt on. Uses the existing gaskets and throttlebody. You might have issues with the air filter and box that comes with this kit, i had to use my existing cold air filter and box to get everything to fit properly

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    KJpipe73 Year: 2011 Model: GT

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Fit on a 2012 Boss Will the Edelbrock E-Force Stage 2 system fit onto the 2012 Boss Mustang?

hotdrummer Year: 2012 Model: Boss

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  • Yes. I suggest you get the tuner kit and take it to a shop that has a dyno to get it tuned. The edelbrock tune is garbage and you will get more power in the end. Between 30-50 rwhp difference. Im putting down about 580rwhp (about 650 hp or so at the crank) which is more than edelbrocks claim

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    KJpipe73 Year: 2011 Model: GT

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    Had some issues

    June 13, 2014

    So I ordered this back in February and finally got everything running right, it is now June. I initially got the kit in mid march. A friend, who is a mechanic at a local dealership, and I spent one saturday installing it and the fitment is great except the airbox and filter are too big for the car. Not an issue as i had the airaid cia and used the box and filter from that kit to improvise. After the install and tune (which i will address later) we let it idle for about 15 minutes. We then took it for a drive to see if any bugs needed addressing. After about 10 minutes into the drive, the pulley started to whine then all of the sudden it locked up and stalled the motor. Had the car towed back home. Called edelbrock and was told to send it back somthey can assess the cause. We knew exactly what happened, a bearing blew out and froze up. I know this b/c i work around pumps in the refining business and hear it quite often. Well after about a month they call me as im driving my car ( we put the original intake manifold back on) and proceeded to tell me that the engine coughed something up into the impellers and chewed everything up, implying that the engine was blown. I then told the guy, Dave i believe his name was, that that was funny because im driving the car as we spoke with no issues. Long story short, they wouldnt honor the warranty and i then broke down and dished out another 2200 bucks to get a ne head unit. Not too happy about that. Put the new unit on after about two weeks wait, took a little over 3 hrs. Istalled the tune and everything was running "properly". After getting a feel for how it was running i started to notice issues at different rpm not to mention how rough then engine ran. Now this leads into the tune. I ended up taking the car to a local shop to have it dyno'd and custom tuned. This fixed all the issues and we squeezed out an extra 35hp over what the edelbrock guys claim. The edelbrock tune put down 525 rwhp which is about par for their claim. After the custom tunevand a smoother running engine we put down 558rwhp. Mind you its hot right now here in SE Texas (June) and the intake airtemp on the final pull was around 150 degrees. During cooler air temps we're expecting a 20-30 hp gain. And will get proof of it come october or november. All told i spent about 9500 buck to get where im at. Its a decent kit with minimal modification to be done to the engine (Ford Performance sc need a section on the engine chain cover ground down to fit the belt.) but it was a major headache dealing with the snobs at edelbrock. Honestly if you have the means and a good local shop with a dyno the tuner kit is the way to go

    KJpipe73

    Year: 2011 Model: GT

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