E-Force 10-Rib Competition Supercharger Pulleys
Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger pulleys allow you to fine tune the air flow and performance of your E-Force Supercharger system to your preference. They are available in a 10-rib design for use with our new small-block Chevy E-Force Enforcer Classic and C7 systems.
E-Force Competition Supercharger Pulleys are required for installation of E-Force Supercharger systems #1531, #1533, #1537, #1573, #1576, #1585, #1587, #1589, #1592, #1595, #1596, #1599 and #15997. Available in many different sizes for fine tuning air flow for your specific racing needs.
MAF Sensor Kits: Edelbrock's high flow Mass Air Flow Sensor (MAFS) for GM and Ford applications are the perfect upgrade for any MAFS equipped vehicle with performance upgrades that have elevated air flow above the range of the stock sensor. The Ford sensor #15402 increases the air flow to 113 lbs per minute. Both kits utilize a large 95mm venturi style housing that reduces air flow restriction and improving the overall horsepower potential. These sensors feature an injection molded housing for OEM level precision with a modern blade-style element for the latest in technology and easy installation on newer vehicles. Match these kits with our conical air filter for the optimal air flow performance upgrade.
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