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EDELBROCK E-FORCE SUPERCHARGER KITS
Part #1551, 15511, 1552, 15521, 1553, 15531, 1554,
15541, 15611, 15621, 15631, 15641
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE study these instructions carefully before beginning this installation. Most installations can be accomplished with common tools and
procedures. However, you should be familiar with and comfortable working on your vehicle. If you do not feel comfortable performing this installation,
it is recommended to have the installation completed by a qualified mechanic. If you have any questions, please call our Technical Hotline at:
1-800-416-8628, 7:00 am - 5:00 pm, Pacific Standard Time, Monday through Friday.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Proper installation is the responsibility of the installer. Improper installation
will void your warranty and may result in poor performance and engine or vehicle damage.
DESCRIPTION: Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger kits are designed for 302-400 C.I.D. small-block Chevrolet engines. These kits are capable of
producing over 500 HP on most applications. Superchargers will accept standard flange 4-bbl carburetors. Some kits include an 800 CFM Thunder
Series AVS carburetor (See “Applications” below). Kit includes all items necessary for installation on most small-block Chevrolet applications. Some
modification or aftermarket parts may be required for your particular application such as throttle/kickdown bracketry and cables, waterneck, and
accessory pulleys. Kits will work on LONG-STYLE water pump applications ONLY (unless otherwise mentioned). Please read “Before
Beginning Installation” section for additional details.
APPLICATIONS:
For Small Block Chevrolet Using Stock V-Belt Driven Accessories
#1551 (As Cast) / 15511 (Polished):
#1552 (As Cast) / 15521 (Polished):
#1553 (As Cast) / 15531 (Polished):
#1554 (As Cast) / 15541 (Polished):
Engines with 1986 and earlier (standard bolt-pattern) cylinder heads.
Engines with Vortec/E-Tec style cylinder heads.
Engines with 1986 and earlier (standard bolt-pattern) cylinder heads. Includes carburetor.
Engines with Vortec/E-Tec style cylinder heads. Includes carburetor.
For Small Block Chevrolet Using Billet Specialties Tru Trac Pulley System**
#15611 (Polished):
#15621 (Polished):
#15631 (Polished):
#15641 (Polished):
Engines with 1986 and earlier (standard bolt-pattern) cylinder heads.
Engines with Vortec/E-Tec style cylinder heads.
Engines with 1986 and earlier (standard bolt-pattern) cylinder heads. Includes carburetor.
Engines with Vortec/E-Tec style cylinder heads. Includes carburetor.
**Kits require short-style, reverse-rotation water pump.
BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION
WARNING: EXPOSED FUEL AND OIL WILL BE PRESENT DURING THIS INSTALLATION. WHEN WORKING AROUND
GASOLINE OR OIL, ALWAYS WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA, AND KEEP ALL OPEN FLAMES, SPARKS, AND OTHER
SOURCES OF IGNITION AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA. FAILURE TO DO SO CAN RESULT IN A FIRE OR EXPLOSION.
WARNING: SOME PROCEDURES IN THIS INSTALLATION MAY REQUIRE THE VEHICLE TO BE RAISED ON JACKSTANDS OR A LIFT.
WHEN RAISING A VEHICLE, MAKE SURE THE VEHICLE IS ON LEVEL GROUND AND SUPPORTED SECURELY BY JACKSTANDS.
NEVER WORK UNDER A VEHICLE THAT IS SUPPORTED BY A JACK ONLY!
BEFORE BEGINNING: Someone who has a basic knowledge of automobile repair and modification and is familiar with and comfortable with working
on their vehicle can accomplish the mechanical installation of this kit using common tools and procedures. However, successful operation of the engine
with this supercharger kit requires a working knowledge of the set-up and tuning of an engine. Keeping a service manual for your vehicle on hand for
reference is helpful. This supercharger kit is capable of supporting over 500 HP and will substantially increase the power output of your engine.
Before installing this kit, you should ensure that your engine is in good condition and is capable of supporting these power levels.
Consult a Factory Service Manual for the proper compression test procedure and acceptable in-service limits. This kit is intended to be used on
modified street/strip engines. The required modifications to your engine and fuel delivery system are dependent on the boost pressure and power
output. Aftermarket pistons, connecting rods, and valves are recommended to assure engine durability. See “Boost and Ignition Timing” on the next
page for further information. The higher power output will require an aftermarket high-volume fuel pump such as Edelbrock #1711 (130 gal/hr), 1721
(110 gal/hr), 17000 (175 gal/hr), 1791 (120 gal/hr, electric), or 1792 (160 gal/hr, electric). The valve lash or lifter preload should be properly adjusted.
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BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION (CONTINUED)
If the valves are not properly seating, or the valve lash is not properly adjusted, the increased temperatures created by the increased power output
could accelerate valve seat wear and cause burnt valves. If for any reason your engine has oil pressure that is below the acceptable service limits as
specified in the Factory Service Manual, this problem should be corrected before installing this supercharger kit. Be sure to verify you have all parts
listed in the “Kit Contents” section before starting your installation.
BOOST AND IGNITION TIMING: You MUST reset your ignition timing BEFORE driving the vehicle. Supercharged engines require the total timing to
be reduced as compared to a stock engine. The general rule of thumb is to retard timing by two degrees (2°) per pound of boost. The E-Force
Supercharger kit is designed to produce approximately 5 lbs. of boost under normal conditions. This would indicate that you retard total timing by 10°.
Doing so however, can cause hard starting problems unless your advance curve is adjusted in order to allow you to run a normal initial timing setting.
Initial timing should be set typically between 10-14° before TDC. Edelbrock recommends the use of a boost dependent timing retard device with the
E-Force Supercharger Kit. This will allow you to run a typical advance curve for optimal performance under all conditions, in or out of boost. We
recommend a timing controller such as the MSD Boost Timing Master (MSD Part #5462).
BOOST PRESSURE READINGS: The E-Force Supercharger Kit is designed and intended to produce approximately 5 lbs. of boost on a street/strip
modified 350 C.I.D. small-block Chevrolet engine. Our 9.5:1 compression ratio test engine featured our Performer RPM Hydraulic-Roller Camshaft and
E-Tec 200 cylinder heads. Stock and more mildly built engines may see higher boost pressures due to being less able to consume the air flow being
provided by the supercharger. As RPMs increase, this effect is more noticeable as pressure builds up in the intake manifold. Higher flowing engines
may see less boost pressure due to their ability to use more of the air being pushed into the engine by the supercharger. It is possible to look for this
effect by reading boost pressure midway through the engine’s operating range (i.e. 3500-4000 rpm), and again at the high end of the operating range
(i.e. 5500-6000 rpm). If boost pressure increases significantly as RPM increases, this is an indication of your engine requiring increased breathing
capacity in order to use the full potential of the E-Force Supercharger Kit. Ported or aftermarket cylinder heads and a more aggressive camshaft would
be recommended. If boost pressure does not increase significantly as you reach the upper end of your operating range, then your engine is breathing
adequately for use with the E-Force Supercharger Kit.
AFTER INSTALLATION, BEFORE STARTING THE VEHICLE: We strongly recommend using a colder spark plug in the engine. In our testing, we
used Champion RC9YC spark plugs. You may use any manufacturer’s plugs that match the correct plug configuration and are two to three heat ranges
colder than were used in the naturally aspirated engine. The use of 91 octane fuel (minimum) is required with the use of this E-Force supercharger
kit (in typical engines; high compression ratio/strip applications will require higher octane fuel). The increased cylinder pressures created as a result
of supercharging can lead to detonation (pinging), if lower grade fuel is used. Also, using exhaust headers and a dual exhaust system with free-flowing
mufflers is highly recommended.
IMPORTANT NOTE
CAUTION: THE BOLTS ATTACHING THE SUPERCHARGER TO THE INTAKE MANIFOLD TOP PLATE ARE PRE-INSTALLED AND HAVE HAD A
THREAD LOCKING COMPOUND APPLIED.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE THE SUPERCHARGER FROM THE TOP PLATE!
REMOVING THESE BOLTS AND REINSTALLING THEM CAN RESULT IN THE BOLTS COMING LOOSE DURING ENGINE OPERATION AND
POTENTIALLY FALLING INTO AN INTAKE PORT, CAUSING SEVERE ENGINE DAMAGE!
SUPERCHARGER TO TOP PLATE BOLTS. DO NOT REMOVE!
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KIT CONTENTS
FOR STANDARD V-BELT DRIVE ACCESSORIES
FOR BILLET SPECIALTIES TRU TRAC PULLEY SYSTEM
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Supercharger/Manifold Top Plate Assembly
Supercharger Intake Manifold
Supercharger Snout Support/Idler Pulley Bracket
Alternator Support Bracket
Idler Pulley
Idler Pulley Spacer
Idler Pulley Nut
Crankshaft Supercharger Drive Pulley
Crankshaft Pulley Shim
7/16-20 x 2.75” Long, 1.50” Shoulder Bolt (Crankshaft Balancer)
3/8-24 x 3.75” Long, 2.625” Shoulder Bolt (Crankshaft Pulley)
3/8-16 x 4” Long, 2.75” Shoulder Bolt (Idler Pulley and Bracket)
3/8-16 x 1.25” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
❑ 1 Supercharger/Manifold Top Plate Assembly
❑ 1 Supercharger Intake Manifold
❑ 10 3/8-16 x 1.25” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
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❑ 2 3/8-16 x 1.75” Long, .625” Shoulder Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 1.75” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Vortec/E-Tec Bolt Pattern Kits Only
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 2 3/8-16 x 1.75” Long, .625” Shoulder Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 1.75” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Vortec/E-Tec Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 2.5” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Vortec/E-Tec Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 8 1/4-20 x 1” Long Bolt (Manifold Top Plate to Intake Manifold)
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 1” Long Bolt (Manifold Top Plate to Intake Manifold)
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
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Intake Manifold O-Ring Seal (54” Long)
Intake Manifold Gaskets (Pair)
Carburetor Kit (800CFM Thunder Series AVS, Electric Choke)**
Carburetor Stud, Nut, & Washer Kit**
**Carburetor and associated hardware included in certain kits ONLY.
See “Applications” section for those kits that include carburetor.
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 2.5” Long Bolt (Intake Manifold)
Vortec/E-Tec Bolt Pattern Kits Only
❑ 8 1/4-20 x 1” Long Bolt (Manifold Top Plate to Intake Manifold)
❑ 4 5/16-18 x 1” Long Bolt (Manifold Top Plate to Intake Manifold)
Standard Bolt Pattern Kits Only
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3/8” I.D. Split-Lock Washer
7/16” I.D. Split-Lock Washer
7/16” I.D. x .120 Thick Flat Washer
Supercharger Drive Belt
Intake Manifold O-Ring Seal (54” Long)
Intake Manifold Gaskets (Pair)
Carburetor Kit (800CFM Thunder Series AVS, Electric Choke)**
Carburetor Stud, Nut, & Washer Kit**
IMPORTANT NOTE: Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger kits do not include
the Billet Specialties Tru Trac Pulley System. These systems are available
seperately from Edelbrock and include a water pump, A/C compressor,
drive belt, alternator, and all the pulleys, brackets, and mounting
hardware necessary for a complete installation. These systems can be
purchased with a power steering pump as part #1565, or without as part
#1566.
**Carburetor and associated hardware included in certain kits ONLY.
See “Applications” section for those kits that include carburetor.
ADDITIONAL PARTS AND TOOLS
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT:
ADDITIONAL PARTS AND SUPPLIES:
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Box and open end wrenches
Socket set
Distributor wrench
Pliers (channel locks and hose clamp)
Screw drivers (regular and Phillips)
Torque wrench
Hammer
Gasket scraper or putty knife
Timing light
Vacuum gauge
Rags
Water bucket
Paper and pencil
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Gaskets-Edelbrock, or performance gasket equivalent
Pipe plugs, if needed
Edelbrock Gasgacinch (#9300)
RTV High Temp silicone sealer or O/2 sensor safe RTV
Masking tape
Modeling clay or putty
Chalk
Radiator coolant
Teflon thread tape or PST thread sealer or equivalent
Thread locking compound such as Loctite™ (Red, Blue, or
equivalent)
Supercharger & Accessory drive belt (for Billet Specialties
applications, see installation procedure for recommended part
numbers)
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PARTS REMOVAL AND PREPARATION
1.
Make sure vehicle is on level ground, and the wheels are chocked.
Disconnect battery.
2.
Loosen tension on accessory belts and remove belts. Remove
alternator tensioning bracket (upper bracket) from water pump.
3.
Remove crankshaft pulley bolts and remove accessory pulley.
Remove crankshaft balancer bolt, but do not remove the balancer
itself.
4.
Drain radiator coolant (drain plug will normally be located on lower
right facing engine).
5.
Remove radiator hose, thermostat housing and thermostat, if
mounted on manifold.
6.
Remove gas cap to relieve pressure. Disconnect fuel line from
carburetor and plug it. Replace gas cap.
7.
Disconnect all linkage from carburetor such as throttle, throttle
springs, transmission, cruise control and automatic choke.
8.
9.
E.
Remove distributor. Do not rotate engine after
removing distributor.
12. Remove Intake Manifold bolts and remove intake manifold.
13. GASKET SURFACE PREPARATION:
NOTE: This is a MUST to ensure proper sealing. Use supplied
gaskets only.
A.
THOROUGHLY clean intake manifold bolt holes and
cylinder head flanges and end seal surfaces of all
remaining gasket material and sealer. To prevent
gasket pieces from falling into ports and combustion
chambers when cleaning old gaskets from head surfaces,
lay rags in lifter galley and stuff paper towels or rags into
ports. When clean, remove stuffing carefully making sure
all particles fall on rags in lifter galley. Carefully remove
rags containing particles. Wipe gasket surfaces clean with
rags using lacquer thinner to remove any oil or grease.
NOTE: Check gaskets on head surface and manifold
to make sure they are correct. Beaded side faces up.
Make note of locations and tag and remove coil wires, sensor wires,
and vacuum lines.
B.
Remove all brackets that are on the manifold.
Coat head surface and cylinder head side of intake
gaskets with Edelbrock Gasgacinch #9300 (See Figure
2).
10. Loosen or remove valve cover bolts on valve covers for manifold
removal and replacement. It may be necessary to replace valve
cover gaskets, if broken, to prevent oil leakage.
11. REMOVING IGNITION:
CAUTION: Follow instructions carefully, as serious damage can
occur when ignition is not removed and reinstalled correctly.
A.
Remove distributor cap.
B.
Note position of rotor and make a mark on the distributor
case in line with the rotor point.
C.
Note position of distributor vacuum canister and place one
type of mark on valve cover or firewall in line with the
vacuum outlet. This will be used as a reference. However,
you may have to re-align the distributor to clear the
supercharger after installation.
D.
Note position of points (or magnetic trigger wheel), if open,
how much; if closed, note the distance from point block to
cam lobe (See Figure 1).
Figure 2
14. Within a few minutes gaskets and surface will become tacky to the
touch. Carefully place gaskets on head surface, aligning ports and
bolt holes (See Figure 3). See instructions on gasket package for
further details.
Figure 3
Figure 1
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
1.
With the intake gaskets in place, apply a small amount of RTV High
Temp silicone sealer around the water passages on the intake
manifold side (See Figure 4).
NOTE: If you are using an air/fuel ratio meter (O2 sensor) on
your vehicle, use 02 sensor safe silicone ONLY.
Install Outermost
Bolts ONLY
Figure 4
Figure 7
2.
With the Edelbrock intake manifold, you must use RTV High Temp
silicone sealer instead of end seal gaskets. Apply a 1/4" thick bead
of sealant across each end seal surface (See Figure 5).
4.
Install the provided length of O-Ring Seal into the groove on the
intake manifold. Take care not to stretch the seal as you place it into
the groove. This will cause the ends to separate over time and can
cause a vacuum/boost leak. Trim the seal carefully so that the ends
butt against each other neatly. Apply a dab of RTV silicone where
the ends of the seal meet (See Figure 8).
Figure 5
3.
Carefully install the intake manifold onto the engine, making sure
the ports and bolt holes line up with the gasket. For 1986 and earlier
applications, you may install the intake manifold bolts.
Apply RTV At Ends
of O-Ring Seal
NOTE: You MUST use Loctite™ (Red #242, Blue #271, or
equivalent thread locking compound) on bolts located under
the supercharger top plate. This will prevent the possibility of
bolts backing out and falling into the intake manifold, resulting
in severe engine damage. Make sure to clean bolt threads and
bolt hole threads prior to applying thread locking compound.
Figure 8
Torque bolts to 25 ft./lbs. Follow the sequence shown in Figure 6.
For E-Tec/Vortec applications, install the four (4) outermost bolts
ONLY, and DO NOT TIGHTEN. Snug these bolts by hand with a small
box-end wrench. This will keep the manifold steady while installing
the supercharger and manifold top plate assembly (See Figure 7).
5.
Carefully place the supercharger and manifold top plate assembly
onto the intake manifold (See Figure 9).
Figure 9
Figure 6
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6.
For 1986 and earlier applications, install the top plate to intake
manifold bolts and torque bolts to 8-10 ft./lbs. On E-Tec/Vortec
applications, install the top plate to manifold bolts and snug down
with a small box end wrench. You may now install the remaining
four (4) intake manifold bolts (that pass through the top plate) and
tighten all of the manifold bolts to 11 ft./lbs by the sequence shown
in Figure 10. Then torque the remaining top plate to manifold bolts
to 8-10 ft./lbs. Tighten bolts in a criss-cross pattern, starting in the
center and working outward.
Figure 12
10. Install the supercharger snout support/idler pulley bracket:
A.
Figure 10
7.
8.
For standard pulley applications, you will attach the
bracket to the front of the intake manifold using two (2) of
the 3/8-16 x 4” long x 2.75” shoulder bolts (See Figure
13). Install the Alternator Tensioning bracket under the
passenger side bolt (See Figure 13). Align the tensioning
bracket with the alternator and tighten the snout
support/idler pulley bracket bolts. Install the alternator
tensioning bolt, but do not tighten at this time.
Figure 13
Place a clean rag over the carburetor opening in the supercharger to
prevent any debris from entering during the remainder of the
installation.
Alternator
Bracket
Reinstall the distributor (See Figure 11). Make sure the distributor
is aligned in the same position, with the rotor pointing to the same
terminal as it was when the distributor was removed. You may need
to lift and reinsert the distributor multiple times to align the rotor.
B.
Install the idler pulley onto the bracket. Use the remaining
3/8-16 x 4” long x 2.75” shoulder bolt, idler pulley spacer,
and square idler pulley nut to attach the idler pulley to the
bracket (See Figure 14). Make sure the nut is aligned
with the slot on the back of the bracket.
Figure 11
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Idler Pulley Nut
Install supercharger drive pulley in front of the factory accessory
crank pulley using the supplied 3/8-24 x 3.75” long shoulder bolts
and 3/8” lock washers (See Figure 12). Install the supplied 7/1620 x 2.75” balancer bolt with a 7/16” lock washer first and snug the
bolt down until the pulley is flush. Do not fully tighten at this time.
Slip the drive belt over the top and bottom pulleys, and make sure
the pulleys are in-line. If they are not aligned, remove the drive belt
and pulley from the crankshaft and use the provided shims to align
the pulley. Once properly aligned, torque the balancer bolt to 60
ft./lbs., and torque the pulley bolts to 32-35 ft./lbs. You may leave
the drive belt uninstalled at this time.
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11. Supercharger and Accessory Drive Belts:
A.
Standard drive kits will require you to install your
accessory drive belts prior to installing the supercharger
drive belt. Reinstall any bracketry that was attached to the
intake manifold, replace accessory belts, and adjust
tension on your accessories. Tighten all accessory bolts.
B.
Install the supercharger drive belt. Adjust tension on the
belt by sliding the idler pulley along the slot in the idler
pulley bracket. When proper tension is attained, you
should only be able to twist the belt 90 degrees using your
thumb and forefinger (See Figure 15).
17. Replace spark plugs with the recommended heat range and
reconnect all ignition and spark plug wires. Make sure the spark
plug wires are installed in the proper order, and that the rotor in the
distributor is pointing to the same location on the distributor housing
as it was when it was removed. This should have been noted as
described in the “Parts Removal and Preparation” section.
18. Top off all fluids to the appropriate factory recommended levels.
Check for leaks. Fix any leaks before starting your engine.
19. Reconnect the battery.
20. Start engine and allow to idle. While engine is coming up to
operating temperature, set ignition timing as described in the
“Before Beginning Installation” section, and check for leaks. If a
leak is found, shut off engine and fix leak before continuing engine
operation. If no leaks are found, allow engine to come up to
operating temperature.
AFTER INSTALLATION (TUNING)
CARBURETOR TUNING: If using a kit supplied with an Edelbrock
carburetor, then the carburetor is tuned for use with this supercharger,
and limited (if any) adjustment is required. If any adjustment is needed,
such as idle speed or idle mixture settings, see the included carburetor
owner’s manual for proper procedures. If you are using a non-Edelbrock
carburetor, proper tuning will be required. See your carburetor owner’s
manual for procedures. If you are not experienced, or not comfortable
with carburetor tuning, please see a qualified mechanic.
Figure 15
12. Remove the rag covering the supercharger inlet, and install your
carburetor. For kits including an Edelbrock carburetor, use the
provided carburetor studs/nuts/washers. Connect your fuel line to
the carburetor at this time.
13. Connect your throttle linkage. Remember, the factory throttle cable
bracket will not work with the supercharger kit. A bracket designed
to attach to the rear of the carburetor is recommended. Reinstall
your air cleaner assembly.
14. Move any sensors from the stock intake manifold to the Edelbrock
intake manifold, and connect any wires. Connect vacuum lines,
replacing with longer or shorter vacuum hoses as required.
15. Reinstall valve covers. Replace gaskets if necessary.
BOOST AND IGNITION TIMING: You MUST reset your ignition timing
BEFORE driving the vehicle. Supercharged engines require the total
timing to be reduced as compared to a stock engine. The general rule of
thumb is to retard timing by two degrees (2°) per pound of boost. The EForce Supercharger kit is designed to produce approximately 5 lbs. of
boost under normal conditions. This would indicate that you retard total
timing by 10°. Doing so however, can cause hard starting problems
unless your advance curve is adjusted in order to allow you to run a
normal initial timing setting. Initial timing should be set typically between
10-14° before TDC. Edelbrock recommends the use of a boost
dependent timing retard device with the E-Force Supercharger Kit. This
will allow you to run a typical advance curve for optimal performance
under all conditions, in or out of boost. We recommend a timing
controller such as the MSD Boost Timing Master (MSD Part #5462).
16. Reinstall the radiator hoses, thermostat, and thermostat housing.
NOTE: Some applications may require using a different
thermostat housing to clear the supercharger snout. This may
also require using a different upper radiator hose.
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FUEL REQUIREMENT: The use of 91 octane fuel (minimum) is required
with the use of this E-Force supercharger kit (in typical engines; high
compression ratio/strip applications will require higher octane fuel). The
increased cylinder pressures created as a result of supercharging can
lead to detonation (pinging), if lower grade fuel is used.
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VACUUM ROUTING
Bypass Valve Vacuum Supply:
DO NOT REMOVE
Manifold Vacuum/Boost Port:
This port should be used for any
boost-indexed ignition retard device.
Standard Vacuum Ports: Any accessory that is vacuum-driven should be connected here.
This includes brake boosters, some transmission kickdowns, and any vacuum actuated servos
such as windshield wipers, power windows, etc.
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