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Edelbrock Launches Newly Designed Website

edelbrock-logoEdelbrock has launched a completely redesigned website that features an all-new look and utilizes the newest technologies for an improved user experience.

The new Edelbrock website was developed with great user experience in mind. It features extensive product information to help everyone understand the wide range of Edelbrock performance products. Designed and programmed to embody the latest technology, the site will be compatible with today’s modern browsers and mobile devices without the need for Adobe Flash. Not only does the site boast a sleek and stylish appearance, it is full of new features, larger fonts and more user-friendly navigation to encourage greater user interaction, even on mobile and tablet devices.

“Edelbrock has been in business for over 75 years by listening and building close relationships with our consumers. Although we are old fashioned at heart we understand and recognize the importance of constantly innovating and adapting the latest in technology,” states Edelbrock Web Master, Paul Tayyan.

Improved Website Features Include:
Latest in programming for improved download speeds
Improved search feature for easier-to-read product look up
Increase font size for improved readability on tablet and mobile devices
Powerful part number search feature for installation instructions

For more information visit www.edelbrock.com

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