I am really surprised about the efficiency of the new 2650 supercharger. — Brent White, Brenspeed

As we recently shared with you, Edelbrock engineers planned ahead when developing the company’s line of E-Force superchargers. They built the systems with highly efficient dual-pass intercoolers suited to work with the larger Eaton R2650 rotorpack, which recently joined the E-Force family.

The crew at Brenspeed recently tested the Stage 1 E-Force kit (PN 15865), with its companion, 50-state-legal calibration, on an automatic 2016 Mustang GT. The results were quite impressive.

Brenspeed recently tested the Edelbrock E-Force 2650 TVS supercharger system on an automatic 2016 Mustang GT with impressive results.

“I was really surprised, when I looked at the graphs, at the power this made, and I am really surprised about the efficiency of the new 2650 supercharger,” Brent White, President of Brenspeed, enthused.

The car baselined with 364.0 horsepower and 352.47 lb-ft of torque at the rear wheels. After adding the 2.65-liter E-Force TVS blower it put down 576.14 horsepower and 497.93 lb-ft of torque at the wheels. That’s an impressive gain of 212.09 horsepower and 145.46 lb-ft of torque.

For more on the Edelbrock systems, you can visit the company’s official site here, and if that gain is what you are looking for, you can pick one up over at Brenspeed right here.