ive seen these used with great success on other cars. i know ill be going with a boost a pump, i read a little about the boost a spark, im wondering if anyones using it with our wacky dis system and if so have there been any problems
here's some info on the boost a pump in case anyone is curious
Doesn't heat up fuel like larger inline or intank pumps.
No octane loss (gas will begin to boil at 95 degrees).
Used with all Kenne Bell Supercharger Kits.
Increases existing fuel pump capacity up to 50%.
Easily installed. Uses stock wiring. No fuel line modifications.
Adjustable from 1% to 50% - ON DEMAND from driver's seat.
Variable Output Cockpit Controller mounts under dash.
No batteries to run down, replace or let you down.
Eliminates expensive and time consuming fuel tank removal.
Works with any pump full or part-time.
Activation vacuum or pressure switch included in kit.
Compensates for reduced voltage (lower pump output) when lights or other accessories are on.
Maintains consistent pump output regardless of battery
voltage (down to 10 volts).
Optimizes Air/Fuel Ratio and horsepower by matching
the engine fuel requirements.
Quiet operation. Not NOISY like in line pumps.
Improves gas mileage if vehicle now running on high idle fuel
Maintains stock fuel pressure at idle and part throttle.
Controls WOT fuel pressure with return line shut off valves
Maintains constant output voltage to pump within 1% from
10 to 12.5 battery voltage.
Doesn't affect pump life.
Ideal for any Nitrous System.
Anodized red aluminum.
Fused circuit protection.
Works on any car, truck, or boat with 12V electric fuel pump.
Compact size, lightweight (less than 2 lbs.).
heres the boost a spark
Adjustable from 0-50% (13.5 - 20 volts).
Increases spark energy - ALL 12 VOLT IGNITION SYSTEMS. Highest voltage of any ignition system concept.
New Kenne Bell "Long Spark" Technology increases AND regulates voltage. NOT a CD with an inherently "short spark."
More energy than CD systems. Over 2 amps at the plug (10 times more than OEM and 4 times more than other aftermarket ignition systems).
Eliminates engine misfire under boost or high load.
Ideal for supercharged, turbocharged and nitrous applications.
Will fire spark plugs with up to .100" gap and 30 psi boost. 2500 microseconds vs. 200 for CD's.
Regulates ignition voltage within .1 volt, regardless of battery voltage.
Allows wider plug gaps for MORE POWER. Other ignition systems must run closer plug gaps.
Automatically adjusts spark energy to meet engine requirements i.e. rich, lean, supercharged, high compression etc.
Two (2) models. Supercharged / Turbocharged or Normally Aspirated. Pressure or vacuum switch included.
Attractive red anodized extruded aluminum weatherproof case.
Developed on the Kenne Bell Dyno.
Easy to install. Just connect to primary coil wire.
Forget the rhetoric and magazine ads and let's tell it like it really is. Never buy an ignition system for your late model "coil" vehicle because you think it will make more HP, help start ups, increase throttle response or improve fuel economy. It will not. You add an ignition system to guarantee it wll fire at higher rpm or boost levels. The Cobra's ignition (see below) was not igniting all the fuel mixture at 8 psi above 2500 rpm. We activated the BOOST-A-SPARK at 3 psi and made 50HP.