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Edelbrock has come out with its E-Force package for the StingRay, though not available for purchase until this Spring. It is 50 state emissions legal, fits under the stock Corvette hood. HP & TQ a figures not yet available either at this time. Here's how it looks:


Here a video, though it is a typical "SEMA interview video," not a dyno video.

 

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According to the Federal Magnusson Act, merely installing an aftermarket part does not void a car's warranty, UNLESS the particular aftermarket part has a direct relationship to the car's problem. Re a supercharging, I think one would be out of luck for a warranty claim for many, most, if not all motor parts, but the rest of the GM warranty, such as for the infotainment system, rear suspension, etc., would of course remain in full force.

However, you drive into a dealership, the dealership notices an aftermarket part/option, denies you claim for warranty, the. What do you do. You can appeal GM's Regional Customer Satisfaction Representative, but if they turn you down, lawyer?

Having said all that, I have done 29 mods to my Z06, but none to the motor, none to the electronics. Everyone needs to determine which mods they are comfortable with.
 

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Actually Edelbrock sells the kit with a 3 year 36,000 warranty - so if you purchase the kit it will have an Edelbrock-esque powertrain warranty

And as of this writing - this kit is not 50 State Legal
 

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Thanks for the updated info, the info on the Edelbrock warranty, and the correction on it not yet being 50 state legal at this time. Appreciate it!
 

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The new powertrain warranty policy this is a great option. Vortech, Paxton, Magnuson, Granatelli, Edelbrock and others all offer the powertrain warranty with thier power adder sales. As for the 50 State legal thing - I am sure they will make it but at this time - no yet;)
 

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And a few more details on Lingenfelter's boost option.

Thanks to GMauthority.com, we have learned that "the Indiana-based General Motors tuning specialists unveiled their supercharged 6.2 liter, LT1 V8 at the SEMA show earlier this month. Or at least what was left of an LT1, as LPE added an array of their own parts including ported heads, camshafts, valvetrain components, fuel upgrades, and a TVS2300 supercharger. These components help the LPE LT1 produce 720 horsepower at 6500 rpm and 655 lb-ft at 3800 RPM. The supercharger is running relatively low boost, yet capable of producing full power at 5.3 psi. LPE has yet to release performance specs on their official tuning packages for the 2014 Corvette Stingray."


Pricing and more details coming later.
 

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Curious to see the price when they finally release it. A car putting down 720 would be sick.
 

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Interested!


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Anybody hear any news on the price for the Edelbrock yet?
 
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