So who here is running what? I think a boost a pump is about $250 and the gt500 is $800. Is the boost a pump safe at 10psi and 450 rwhp? Thanks for any help guys and your experiences would be great.
It is absolutely safe.So who here is running what? I think a boost a pump is about $250 and the gt500 is $800. Is the boost a pump safe at 10psi and 450 rwhp? Thanks for any help guys and your experiences would be great.
/threadI run the BAP with 545 rwhp... well I should say I did run it... hey I will sell you mine if you want... I had meth injection that ****ed up and I spun another rod bearing due to a vapor lock.. I am going with the GT500 pumps because I intend to be over 650 with a 100 wet shot.. give you a good deal on it an help me with the cost of my pumps... never had an issue with the bap setup.
Im just messing with you.did I break a rule or something 07?
Go to KB and read about the BAP. It really is cool. I don't really see it as a bandaid - they are simply optimizing what the GT pump is already fully capable of, but can't do due to fluctuating low voltage without the BAP.Im just messing with you.
Personally, I wouldnt get a blower and then get a BAP. Its a band aid. All you are doing is working your stock fuel pump harder all the time right? Realizing that its setup to work at 40% capacity I think? I guess the argument is that there is plenty of room. But why does ford set it up to only work at 40%. And why just make the pump work harder all the time.
Just a personal opinoin of mine really. I could be wrong as its not really a issue for me so i have thought about it a great deal.