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So I have a stock 2005 mustang gt that I plan on putting the Paxton Novi 1200 supercharger in. I already have the 39lb injectors my question is what do I do as far as fuel pump? I don't plan on doing much after it is supercharged besides tuning. Money is an issue since I'm on a college budget haha.
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As Cutter said, the boost-a-pump will work, but I agree with all the others....definitely save your money up and get the Intercooled kit & the GT500 pump.
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IMO you should never do a supercharge project if your on a tight budget. It always costs more than you plan. Even with a complete kit you still will need gauges, suspension mods, proper tuning, and possibly a new clutch to handle that power. What happens if you cheap out on a proper tune and smoke your motor? Can you afford a new one? It happens.....If your really on a tight budget stick to bolt ons. Less chance of being frustrated and carless.
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I have run a boost a pump since 2008, Recently got the GT500 Pumps as I recently dropped in a built long block and plan on going well over 500 HP. I've actually got a buddy who will sell you 2200SL Kit if you want to PM me I can give you his email or phone #
My suspension is fully aftermarket, I have the tune that goes with the paxton novi and I actually already have the 1200 and just about all I need and I'm picking up the boost a pump Friday. I just didn't know if the boost a pump would be a good option.
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