Edelbrock 46126 E-Force Supercharged Crate Engine, 426 Hemi
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This Edelbrock E-Force Supercharged 426 Hemi crate engine will be a perfect upgrade for your ride. The new Iron Mopar 392 block features a forged and balanced crankshaft, forged H-Beam connecting rods and forged aluminum 6cc pistons. These components will deliver the horsepower and torque you are looking for. This engine comes with accessories. This EFI fuel delivery system requires a minimum of 75 gph at 60 psi. Fuel pressure regulator and boost reference is required.
Helping this engine breathe is the Edelbrock E-Force supercharger system. This great looking system features Eaton TVS R2650 rotors, which provide unparalleled efficiency, whisper quiet operation and OEM reliability. These components are what help this engine deliver its impressive 808 horsepower and 762 ft-lbs. of torque. The Edelbrock E-Force Supercharged 426 Hemi crate engine is the ultimate EFI powerplant for your high performance build.
- 426 Hemi long block
- 808 Horsepower
- 762 Torque
- 9.9:1 compression
- New Iron Mopar 392 block
- Forged 4340 crankshaft
- Forged aluminum 6cc pistons
- Forged H-Beam rods
- E-Force Supercharger System
- Edelbrock Performer RPM Cylinder Heads
- Mopar OE Rocker Arms
- 2-year unlimited mileage warranty
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