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Old 07-20-2017, 10:22 AM   #41
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Well, Edelbrock finally started advertising the 2650 on their web site for the "off" brands. Light at the end of the tunnel for the C7 platform.

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Old 11-20-2017, 11:34 PM   #43
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Well, Edelbrock finally started advertising the 2650 on their web site for the "off" brands. Light at the end of the tunnel for the C7 platform.

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Any news on this - will the 2650 be available now that the C7ZR1 is using it?
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Old 11-21-2017, 01:42 AM   #44
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Spoke to an Edelbrock representative at their HQ in Torrance this morning and he told me at least 3-4 months before these are available.
I called them and sent them emails last week and they said at least july 2018. Then they did not answer my question can the stock hood still be used? I'm going 2300 for now on one!
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I called them and sent them emails last week and they said at least july 2018. Then they did not answer my question can the stock hood still be used? I'm going 2300 for now on one!
Thanks for the info - I also asked and it seems no for now. That said - the C7ZR1 has one in it - so it can and does work. Keeping my eye on it.
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Magnuson's underhood C7 corvette TVS 2650 will release in July of 2018.
I expect it will have comparable performance to the jackshaft LT1 kit on our 2016 Camaro making 1153 RWHP.
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Magnuson's underhood C7 corvette TVS 2650 will release in July of 2018.
I expect it will have comparable performance to the jackshaft LT1 kit on our 2016 Camaro making 1153 RWHP.
Are they going to be able to get as much intercooling in there are the jackshaft kit though? Would love to see pics of the intercooler you are running. I know the blower will run cooler but you can never have too much intercooling! Lol
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Old 11-22-2017, 01:13 PM   #48
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Harrop have just announced their LS 2650 kit....

https://www.harrop.com.au/shop/autom...e-vf-commodore
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$12,500😳. Guess that makes my decision. ECS1500 for $4700
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The 2650 is a great blower. I am anxious to see if packaging requirements for the C7 will cause flow/cooling system/hp limiting restrictions (stock hood)? Back in the C5 days, maggy setups required a new hood, so there is precedent and would probably be worth it. The problem is everyone’s systems seem to be in perpetual “3-4mos away” mode. In addition, I am not sure how many are providing fuel system upgrade options for the added hp.
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I have an E-Force 2650 on my '16 F-150 and it's pretty impressive...
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I have an E-Force 2650 on my '16 F-150 and it's pretty impressive...
Details please! Are these units out?...
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The 2650 is a great blower. I am anxious to see if packaging requirements for the C7 will cause flow/cooling system/hp limiting restrictions (stock hood)? Back in the C5 days, maggy setups required a new hood, so there is precedent and would probably be worth it. The problem is everyone’s systems seem to be in perpetual “3-4mos away” mode. In addition, I am not sure how many are providing fuel system upgrade options for the added hp.
Magnuson will have under-hood TVS2650 solutions for LS/LT, one was just test fitted on my C7 Z06 last week to verify... Performance on under-hood solutions will have the same capability as the Magnuson Stage 2 TVS 2650 jackshaft systems. (2500+ CFM).
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Are they going to be able to get as much intercooling in there are the jackshaft kit though? Would love to see pics of the intercooler you are running. I know the blower will run cooler but you can never have too much intercooling! Lol
Sorry, just saw this post.
Yes, IC volume on the under-hood solutions is virtually the same (with the 2 cores) as the jack-shaft system.
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Details please! Are these units out?...
I don't believe they are shipping the 2650 for the Corvette yet, but last time I talked with their head of Engineering they were currently being tested...

I've got a 2016 Regular Cab 4x4

E-Force 2650 with the stock pulley it's making 10 PSI @ 7000 RPM. I updated to ID1000's and I'm running E70, I have billet oil pump gears and crank drive gear, along with an Innovators West balancer so I can spin it higher than the factory 6250 rev limiter. Through stock exhaust manifolds, exhaust, and torque converter it ran [email protected]

The truck manifolds are only sized for the stock 80mm throttle body, but there's enough meat to open it up for the 87mm TB from the GT350 or a 90mm FRPP TB, so I'm going to do that over the winter as well as install an overdrive crank balancer and boost a pump so I can run full E85 and try and put it in the 10's next spring, but I'll probably have to get a converter and maybe redo the exhaust to do it...
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Sorry, just saw this post.
Yes, IC volume on the under-hood solutions is virtually the same (with the 2 cores) as the jack-shaft system.
That's good news then! Do you know if there will be a port injection option / feature like has been seen on the jackshaft versions?
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