Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger Kit 2007-2013 GM 1500 Trucks 4.8L 5.3L Gen IV
GM Truck & SUV System's without Tuner
SUPPLEMENTAL FUEL PUMP KIT - Required for 2007-2009 Non-Flex Fuel Vehicles - SOLD SEPARATELY:
The supplemental fuel kit includes a replacement fuel pump, fuel level sender, injectors and O-rings (injectors and O-rings available in #15791 ONLY). This upgrade kit is required for GM Trucks utilizing the #350-1578 and #350-1579 E-Force supercharger system (see kit and model breakdown below). Failure to use the supplemental fuel pump kit may result in engine damage and void your Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger's warranty. This supplemental fuel pump kit is not needed and will not work on Flex- Fuel models. Flex Fuel models come standard with adequate fuel systems that properly operate the Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger system.
Supplemental Fuel Pump Part Numbers:
#15781 - '07-'09 4.8L/5.3L Crew/Extended Cab Models Except Long Beds
#15782 - '07-'09 4.8L/5.3L Standard Cab Models and All Long Beds
#15791 - '07-'09 6.0L & '07-'08 6.2L Crew/Extended Cab Models (Includes Injectors and Injector O-rings)
Supercharger systems without tuners are not eligible for supplemental warranty.
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