Yes, it is possible.
Make absolutely certain that you have the correct Intel USB 3.0 driver for your chipset, or the below steps could cause a BSoD.
There is one version for 7 series chipset, and another version for 8 / 9 / 100 series chipsets.
Intel USB 3.0 driver packages have a structure like so:
I'm assuming you're architecture is 64 bit, if it isn't change the x64 parts to x86.
Root > Drivers > HCSwitch > x64 > iusb3hcs.inf
Root > Drivers > Win7 > x64 > iusb3hub.inf
Root > Drivers > Win7 > x64 > iusb3xhc.inf
To add the drivers, I'll use C:\Temp as 'Root' above. Open an administrative command prompt, and type the following:
pnputil -a C:\Temp\Drivers\HCSwitch\x64\iusb3hcs.inf
pnputil -a C:\Temp\Drivers\Win7\x64\iusb3hub.inf
pnputil -a C:\Temp\Drivers\Win7\x64\iusb3xhc.inf
Create your image, and transfer to the new hardware.
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