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E-Force Supercharger systems are designed to boost your performance to 554 flywheel horsepower and 515 ft./lbs. of torque (with stock fuel pump) or 599 flywheel horsepower and 547 ft./lbs. of torque (includes high volume fuel pump). A unique feature of this systems is the 12" long intake runners that allow for maximum low end torque. An optional Edelbrock supplemental warranty, 3 years or 36,000 miles for 2005-06 models and 5 year or 100,000 miles for 2007-12 models is designed to give you piece of mind when installing it on a brand new car. Plus, this kit fits under the stock hood with no modifications without sacrificing runner length or intercooler area. Systems #1590 and #1591 can not be installed on Z06 or ZR1 models. (Systems #1574 and #1575 are for use with 2010-11 Corvette Grand Sport models equipped with a dry sump oil system.)
Technical Note regarding Fuel Pump Installation: If you are considering the purchase of a complete Corvette E-Force Supercharger System #1591/#1594 (599HP) it is important to know that your new system includes an upgraded in-tank fuel pump, which is required to support the additional horsepower that the #1591/#1594 produces over the standard, 554HP kit, P/N: #1590/#1593. Installation of this pump is complex and not something we recommend for the do-it-yourselfer. Edelbrock strongly recommends that prior to beginning the install of a #1591/#1594 Supercharger System you take the vehicle to a Chevrolet dealership or experienced Corvette repair facility for installation of this pump, per the specified GM workshop manual procedure. Once installed, you can follow these instructions to fully install the Edelbrock E-Force supercharger system.
Competitive systems often recommend or utilize voltage amplifiers for the purpose of increasing the output of the stock fuel pump. While these systems do work, and will work in conjunction with the E-Force superchargers as well, Edelbrock does not endorse their use, as they can significantly reduce the life of the stock fuel pump, resulting in possible engine damage. Edelbrock strongly feels that the increased effort to install the upgraded, in-tank ZO6 fuel pump assembly, included in the #1591/#1594 kit, is the proper way to address the need for increased fuel volume.