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Xtreme Motorsports is now taking pre-orders for their new ground up supercharger system for the C7 Corvette Stingray.

The 2014 Corvette with the new Gen 5 LT1 engine platform called for a completely re-engineered supercharger kit. The result is a ground-up design that addresses the technological advances of this new engine while still retaining a low profile that fits under the stock hood. Additionally, the E-Force supercharger retains the factory look of the C7 engine bay while still alerting unknowing onlookers that there may be something more lurking within.

FEATURES:
* Compact design that fits under the stock hood
* Bolt-on installation - everything fits right out of the box
* Self contained oil system with 100,000 mile service interval
* Electronic PCM programming module & custom tune
* Integrated bypass valve for little to no decrease in fuel economy
* Will be submitted for 50-state emissions legality
* Available with an optional power train warranty
For that sleeper look underhood, turn to Xtreme Motorsports. Their supercharger kit retains the look of your engine bay minus the badge that says "SUPERCHARGED," so that might only fool only the most uninitiated of car buffs. Still though, more options for performance equipment for the C7 is NEVER a bad thing.

More contact info here: Xtreme Motorsports
This information is not up on their site yet, so make sure and mention that you say it here on StingrayForums.com!
 

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Yes Numbers please Dyno price and so on, Looks really sweet though :cool:
 

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They need to put something on their site, too. Not even a mention of the product there.
Yeah I noticed that as well. Many of the companies that are coming out with these products are failing to update their websites. Just like you as soon as I find out about something coming out I check that companies website.
 

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E-Force is the name that Edelbrock uses. Not hard to do the math from there..
 

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Kind of curious where they will locate the inter-cooler? Pretty tight in the front end with the angled radiator. Thoughts?????
 

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Kind of curious where they will locate the inter-cooler? Pretty tight in the front end with the angled radiator. Thoughts?????
They are integrated into the SC housing. (2:14 into the video)

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