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"Boost-A-Pump/Spark" Thoughts?

Hey all,
a fellow member was asking about this, and I thought it was kind of interesting and was wondering what everyone else thought. Of course right? Why else would I be here lol

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I have both, they work great...esp on boosted cars like mine..the modern cars(1999+) have better ignitions and probably don't need boost a spark unless you are hugely boosted and have spark issues

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So leave the spark, but gain from the pump?

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So leave the spark, but gain from the pump?
definitely, it will make life on the fuel pump much easier and reduce chances of low fuel supply, if your a/f is spot on and you're not having fuel issues I'm not sure it's really needed
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You would need the 20 amp, not the 40 amp. The 40 amp "double" is for GT500 dual fuel pumps. Or any other fuel system with dual pumps.

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I have used a BAP for years with no problems. It is a good product. BAS if your having spark issues as stated above and/or >15psi.

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