Edelbrock uses the finest equipment for machining and quality control.

Edelbrock Corporation has six locations: Three in Torrance California, two in San Jacinto, California, and one in Sanford North Carolina totaling over 500,000 square feet. Torrance Headquarters include: R&D; manufacturing; state-of-the-art testing facilities, advertising and tech support. Less than a mile away is Russell Plumbing, our Distribution Center and Vic's Garage.

This location houses Vic's collection of street rods, classic cars, and the company archives containing our extensive collection of historic photos and memorabilia. Please give us a call and make an appointment if you would like to tour Vic's Garage.

Our Aluminum Foundries are located close by in San Jacinto. In 2008 we added a new Permanent Mold and Heat Treat facility next to our existing sand cast foundry, which has been called "the most state-of-the-art sand cast foundry west of the Mississippi." This investment in American facilities is part of our commitment to "Made in USA" products and performance.

"Proven Performance" is the philosophy that began with Vic Sr. in 1938 and it continues today with the same high standards of performance and quality. Vic Sr. would be proud of what has grown out of his small garage in Los Angeles, California.

As we go into 2014, we are excited to announce continued development of the E-Force Supercharger line with the addition of our NEW E-Force supercharger for the 2014 Corvette Stingray and GM Trucks. We have also expanded our existing supercharger application base with new offerings for 2009-'12 Dodge trucks, 2011-'12 Chrysler Charger, Challenger and 300. We are also excited to announce NEW E-Street EFI applications, crate engines, manifolds and cylinder heads such as the NEW Victor Jr. CNC cylinder head for Chrysler 426-572 HEMI applications.

As we move throughout 2014 and beyond we hope you will continue to give us your input, praise and suggestions as it helps us to continue producing the best parts for the best enthusiasts in the automotive aftermarket. .

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