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Old 01-26-2020, 12:13 PM   #169
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No intention to hi-jack or derail your post, I personally haven't run one of the Edelbrock 2650s yet so simply providing the data that I'm familiar with in an an easily repeated format that can be determined from 1/4 mile passes.
Maybe with the potential expectation that you'll provide the same when it's running.

In case it's not as obvious as I think it is - the "through the hood" TVS2650R was one of the test mules for the 2019 COPO TVS2650R. It's the same system on their LS7s but with a single 109mm TB. We originally had a hood for it then decided it was cooler to have it through the hood - which in turn was a good choice as it did achieve an interesting level of attention.

As for power numbers, not claiming the highest, or the fastest, several other people here are significantly faster than this car.

The TVS2650R Magnum DI fits completely under the hood of a stock C7 Stingray, so it's pretty easy to see that it easily fits under the hood of a ZL1, SS, CTSV, ZO6 etc. Corvette stock hood images images below (this is a stingray hood on a Z06, not the taller Z06 hood):

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As for intercoolers, I don't know about any "Formula 1" technology, that must have been from someone prior to my existence at Magnuson, but I can assure you the temperature benefit that we have ARE partially due to our coolers which have undergone several effectiveness improvements over the last 2 years. We've tested everything on the market and know exactly where any competitor is at relating to intercoolers - they aren't on the same level.
The other benefit is the actual SC design. I might have a bit of advantage here over other aftermarket companies as I spent over 10 years as the Advanced Engineering SC Manager at Eaton - the TVS rotors were conceived and designed by my engineering team, some of which are now at Magnuson.

I also know many of the guys at Edelbrock and I'm not knocking their stuff, I have a different vision and maybe passion than they do, neither is right or wrong, just different.

As for Port Injection, not quite as expensive as you suggest, but it's not inexpensive either - So far the best balance seems to favor about 30% max port injection to maintain the best power, but due to the limits of the DI fuel systems we're at about 50% on our car.

For port injection our Camaro we run:
MAF Fusion controller $589 https://shop.proservsolutions.com/products/maf-fusion
Dodge Hellcat Fuel Injectors ~$400
Good low Side Fuel System ~$1500-$2000

Enjoying the build and looking forward to your results!
Guess the vette owners aren't so lucky..

Almost through the felt liner and had to cut for the pulley..
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Old 01-26-2020, 02:50 PM   #170
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Are you suggesting those images (of trimming a plastic hood vent and liner) are parallel with cutting a hole, of what looks to be nearly 2-square feet, through the actual hood itself? I can't yet find a 2650 from Edelbrock for a Corvette. I could be missing something... Mike had said, in the video introducing their 2650, that it wasn't a direct bolt-in, and you can, in fact, see them remove the insulator (although, it was pretty much a flash, ha).
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Old 01-28-2020, 07:21 AM   #171
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Are you suggesting those images (of trimming a plastic hood vent and liner) are parallel with cutting a hole, of what looks to be nearly 2-square feet, through the actual hood itself? I can't yet find a 2650 from Edelbrock for a Corvette. I could be missing something... Mike had said, in the video introducing their 2650, that it wasn't a direct bolt-in, and you can, in fact, see them remove the insulator (although, it was pretty much a flash, ha).
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