Tag: supercharger

SEMA Product Debut: Edelbrock Shows Off Supercharger


Edelbrock is showing off a brand new supercharger for the C7 Corvette Stingray at SEMA this year. The E-Force Supercharger is a twin-screw, bolt-on system that is designed to fit beneath the C7’s stock hood. Based on Eaton’s Gen VI 2300 TVS, it also incorporates a self-contained oil system and intercoolers with a 100,000 mile […] More »

  Comments | By - November 4, 2013

The Last Available 2012 Callaway B2K 25th Anniversary Corvette

Last year, Callaway produced a special run of 25 Grand Sports to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of Callaway’s RPO B2K – the first turbo-charged Corvettes offered by the factory. These special B2K Anniversary Corvettes were snapped up quickly and now we hear the only one left for sale in the entire country is at Criswell

  Comments | By - April 17, 2013

Car and Driver: Supercharger Boost Gauge Spotted During C7 Corvette Photoshoot

Chevy hasn’t been forthcoming about what, if any, tricks are up its sleeve to increase the horsepower in future renditions of the C7. We’ve been left to hope that the much beloved Z06 and ZR1 will live on in the new generation of the Corvette. Now comes a little more hope for at least a

  Comments | By - March 5, 2013

Vic Edelbrock Shows Off Supercharged Corvette Z06 on Adam Carolla’s CarCast

The Edelbrock name is legendary when it comes to performance. Legendary hot rodder Vic Edelbrock and his daughter Christi recently took a few moments to talk about their supercharger for the Corvette Z06 with Adam Carolla and Matt D’Andria, hosts of the online video series CarCast. You can see their interesting conversation on this video

  Comments | By - August 6, 2012

Every Breath You Take: Turbos vs. Superchargers!

It’s All About Air by Jason Giacchino Natural Aspiration vs. Forced Induction When it comes to reducing something as complex as an internal combustion engine down to its most basic, engines are a lot like giant air pumps. The motion of air is integral to the process in two primary areas: ignition and pressurization of […] More »

  Comments | By - August 1, 2011

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