Find An ECS Dealer Near You

ECS has a large dealer network that can help you acquire and install our supercharger systems and parts. Please select your state from the map below or view the ECS Dealer List by State.

 

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Want to become an ECS dealer?

Our jobber program is designed to create profits for our dealers. If you're interested in becoming an authorized ECS dealer, each legitimate business must complete and fax or email the dealer application. Please include a copy of your business license or business documents required by your city or state.

Fax the Dealer Application and all information to 609-752-0320, Attn: Chris Coriell or send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

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Dealer Login

East Coast Supercharging Dealers must log in to see jobber pricing and place an order. 
If you are currently an authorized ECS dealer, simply enter your account number and password to login.

If you have not previously logged in to our dealer website and need a password, send an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for login details.

Please contact Mike Moran at (609) 752-0321 with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have relating to jobber accounts.

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If you are considering having a mail order tune but just not sure about it...don't wait any longer. This is the place to send it. I removed it just like Chris said, there is a little 7mm screw way up the inside of the fender next to the door he said makes it easy to remove without bracket breakage, and he was certainly right, also makes it a whole lot easier to see the rest of the 7mm screws holding everything in. It was out in less than 5 minutes. Just got it back and a total of 12 minutes from the time I sat down on the garage flo ...
dancin1 - 27 Sep 2010