Easily installed. Fused circuit protection. Ideal for Nitrous applications. Attractive anodized red aluminum. 1000HP with OEM in tank production pumps*. Available for single or dual pump applications. Easily installed. Uses stock feed wire & fuel lines. Eliminates expensive fuel lines and pump upgrades. Proven reliability and concept. Tens of thousands sold since 1995. Does not affect pump life. Actually increases life of return-less pumps. Exclusive built in regulator stabilizes voltage regardless of battery voltage (down to 11V). Increases fuel pump flow up to 50% on ANY electric pump(s). 75% for "Competition" 20V. Compensates for reduced voltage/pump delivery from voltage drops by lights and accessories. Activated by boost switch (supercharged, turbocharged) or vacuum switch (naturally aspirated). Set at max flow. Used on some of “World’s Most Powerful Production Cars.”
More About the Boost-A-Pump: A time tested and proven Kenne Bell innovation, the BOOST-A-PUMP™, powers some of the world’s most powerful production street and competition vehicles. The 800HP Shelby Super Snake, one of the World’s Fastest Production Sport Cars, the 242+mph 806HP Koenigsegg CCR, the dual turbo 1100HP Lingenfelter 427" Corvette 900HP Mr. Norm Dodge and 650-825HP RPO Camaros and, of course, all the legendary Kenne Bell kits can use the BOOST-A-PUMP™ to reliably produce those big HP numbers - on pump gas! It activates only at full throttle or boost, so it doesn't “bloat” or “overload” the fuel system at idle or cruise where full time pumps and extra fuel are not required. So, the fuel isn't heated (gasoline begins to boil at 87°). No “cool can” is necessary. And it’s much easier to install (cut one wire) and more reliable than fuel pumps. And since the BAP is also a voltage regulator (exclusive kb) it helps prevent engine damage from low voltage/ reduced pump flow during electrical overload or failure. It will attempt to stabilize the pump voltage and maintain sufficient fuel flow. EXAMPLE: Actual HP rating with Ford #M-9407 Dual Pumps depends on injector size. Higher pressure - lower flow injectors use more pump capacity than lower pressure - higher flow injectors. HOW IT WORKS: While dyno and street testing, our On Board Data Logger told us that fuel flow was less at night when the lights, stereo etc. were on. The voltage to the pump was varying between 12 and 13.5 volts and fuel was being reduced up to 15%. Further testing in our Fuel Flow Lab indicated that by elevating the voltage to the pump we could safely increase fuel capacity by as much as 100%. The Kenne Bell BOOST-A-PUMP™ does just that - and it automatically maintains the pre-set voltage or % increase with as little as 10 volts at the battery.
The Boost-A-Pump™ powers some of the world’s most powerful production street and competition vehicles. It activates only at full throttle or boost, so it doesn't “bloat” or “overload” the fuel system at idle or cruise where full time pumps and extra fuel are not required. So the fuel isn't heated (gasoline begins to boil at 95°), No “cool can” is necessary. And it’s much easier to install (cut one wire) and more reliable than fuel pumps. 20A Unit: The 20 amp unit is good for stock fuel pumps or up to 500HP 40A Unit: The 40 amp unit is for 250 LPH (liter per hour) fuel pump or 500+ HP