just my opinion and if i'm off basis, please tell me and explain why, but typically by the time you add a supercharger/turbo, nos, etc....you've typically upgraded the ignition as well, in which i've always been told to run nothing more than typical autolite or cheap plug. the explanation i've been given is that most aftermarket will fowl up oe not fire based on their original design due to being pushed harder by an ignition box.
Unfortunately, because of our plug design, we're limited on our selection of "cheap, disposable" plugs. And upgraded ignition components generally are neither required on our cars in high performance applications, nor are they bad for spark plugs. The problem with going through more plugs is because of the extra compression/spark knock/mild detonation associated with power adders (especially when they're new and need a little tuning tweak), which busts up the porcelain. I will never buy another Autolite plug as long as I live. I've had nothing but great luck running the Brisk plugs, so that's why I recommend them, and I've gone through over $1000 worth of "Brand X" plugs before I found the Brisks. Hope that answers your question.
Brisk... even with some tuning issues they held up... I am with Grabber on the HT0 hating ,,, and as far as your fuel pump.. depending how big you are going to go... KB boost-a-pump was good to 540 rwhp for me but we upgraded to twin GT500s for where I will be in the spring... we made 575 on the but threw a smaller pulley on her for the winter... 620 tq is a bitch to keep from spinning even on wet streets