The Edelbrock E-Force 122 Supercharger Kit uses a positive displacement supercharger that is capable of producing over 500 horsepower. This kit includes the Eaton H122 rotor assembly supercharger, manifold, drive pulleys, belt, and all necessary items to install on small-block Chevys with standard heads or with Edelbrock E-Tec (Vortec Style) cylinder heads. Preliminary testing netted a peak of 507 horsepower and 487 ft/lbs of torque @ 5 psi on a 350 c.i.d. with 9.5:1 compression. The compact compact design may potentially fit under the hood of most muscle car and street rod applications. The E-Force 122 is designed for use with factory style belt and pulley configurations. Will not work with aftermarket serpentine pulley systems and will require the use of a long-style water pump.
Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger Kit Features:
- Includes an Internal Bypass Valve that virtually eliminates parasitic loss under part throttle and deceleration, requiring less than 1/3 horsepower at 60 mph cruise
- Easy-to-follow installation manual with no fabrication or special tools required
- Self contained oil system with 100,000 mile service interval (no drilling or plumbing required)
I'm thinking of installing this super charger kit on my street machine. Since I won't be racing this car would it be better to use lower compression, such as 8 to 1 or what would you recommend? please advise, thank you for your help.
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