Delicious Tuning - Edelbrock E-Force Supercharger Reflash & D-box for your Toyota 86, Scion FR-S or Subaru BRZ out performs in every aspect of the word. We spent countless hours improving on our original, Hybrid-Speed Density tune in order to achieve the level of consistency, reliability, and power output that our clients demand. The Delicious Tuning Edelbrock E-Force tune has been tested on hundreds of vehicles worldwide, and proven to surpass the original tune provided by Edelbrock.
Research & Development
We have done extensive R&D on the Edelbrock Supercharger Kit and found that under wide open throttle conditions the Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor (located on the Edelbrock Supercharger) will jump erratically. In the logs provided on this page (without Double-D), the MAP Sensor will jump as much as 0.2 BAR (or 3 PSI of boost) within a few milliseconds. This behavior has a direct impact on fuel injector pulse width, which will cause the air/fuel ratios to become slightly unstable. This leads to a rough or erratic feeling from the engine above 4500 RPM.
To combat this erratic behavior from the MAP Sensor, we have developed a plug and play "D-Box" module that will extract more power out of the supercharger kit with no additional tuning needed. This module will improve the engine performance about 10+ peak horsepower, while also improving the power band above 4500 RPM.
This package includes our Delicious Tuning Edelbrock E-Force Tune and D-Box.
DynoJet Charts Displayed
- Delicious Tuning Edelbrock Stage 1 Tune vs Edelbrock CARB V2 Tune (3.25" Pulley)
Figures are based on California 91 Octane Fuel for Manual or Automatic Transmission
Peak Horsepower Increase: +80-90 wheel horsepower
Peak Torque Increase: +60-70 wheel torque
Maximum Horsepower Gains: +100-110 wheel horsepower @ 7400 RPM
Maximum Torque Gains: +70-80 wheel torque @ 4000 RPM
Power Band Expanded: +1000-1500 RPM's (massive 2000-7500 RPM)
Notable Improvements in drivability
Absolutely NO dip in the power band
Massively Improved Acceleration
Smoother Power Delivery
Better Throttle Response
Linear Power Curve