Edelbrock 158390 Stage 2 Supercharger Kit 15-17 Mustang, No Tuner
5.0 Ford Modular V8, Black Powdercoated, Pulley Included, Serpentine Pulley Style
Edelbrock's Mustang Modular Nose Stage 2 Supercharger Kits utilize Eaton's TVS2650 supercharger rotors. The high twist, 4-lobe rotor design is 15% larger than the TVS 2300 and features several improvements to maximize efficiency and performance at upper RPMs:
- 170 degree twist (versus 160)
- Better sealing with optimized "Length to Diameter" ratio
- Increased durability with larger bearings and timing gears
- Pressure relief ports in bearing plate for reduced input power
R2650 advantages over R2300:
- 4% more efficient
- 15% larger displacement (2650cc versus 2300cc)
- 18% less input power required
- 25% more airflow at 18,000 RPM and 14 psi boost (2.0 pressure ratio)
NOTE: Kit does not include Handheld Tuner
- This item ships directly from the manufacturer. It may take an additional 4 business days for Edelbrock to ship this item.
- This item ships via Ground Shipping only. Expedited and Air shipping options are not available.
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