August 05, 2014
Stephanie Davies

Though the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette comes from the factory loaded with 460 horsepower, there’s always going to be power-hungry enthusiasts demanding more from their cars. The American-made Edelbrock E-Force supercharger system satisfies this hunger. Specifically designed for the LT1 and fitting like a glove under the stock hood due to its integration into the intake manifold, the E-Force results in a seamless design with minimal components and the virtual elimination of vacuum leaks between gasket surfaces.

Edelbrock has been a name synonymous with fabrication and performance since it was founded by Vic Edelbrock Sr. in 1938. In an effort to up the ante with his own 1932 Ford roadster, Edelbrock designed his own intake manifold. Word got around, people demanded his products, a humble repair shop transformed into a manufacturing enterprise, and the rest is history. And as America’s Original Sports Car, the Corvette seems to go hand in hand with Edelbrock, and installing the Edelbrock E-Force supercharger onto a C7 Corvette makes for the perfect storm.

GM Authority