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Has anyone ever installed a piggyback supplemental EFI system on top of an OEM EFI system?

Say you have an OBD-II car (hypothetically speaking, let’s say a 97 Aspire :facepalm: ) that NOBODY does custom tuning for and you want to add a little boost (6 - 8 psi max), BUT you want to keep the OEM EFI and OBD-II features and just need some extra fuel while under boost.

Would a Kenne Bell or MSD Boost-A-Pump serve to solve the extra fuel under boost using the existing fuel system?

Would a MegaSquirt with a wide band O2 sensor be a better (more tunable) solution? (MegaSquirt is batch fired injectors so you could mount one injector behind the throttlebody and make the intake manifold into a "wet manifold" while under boost)

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Has anyone ever installed a piggyback supplemental EFI system on top of an OEM EFI system?

Say you have an OBD-II car (hypothetically speaking, let’s say a 97 Aspire :facepalm: ) that NOBODY does custom tuning for and you want to add a little boost (6 - 8 psi max), BUT you want to keep the OEM EFI and OBD-II features and just need some extra fuel while under boost.

Would a Kenne Bell or MSD Boost-A-Pump serve to solve the extra fuel under boost using the existing fuel system?

Would a MegaSquirt with a wide band O2 sensor be a better (more tunable) solution? (MegaSquirt is batch fired injectors so you could mount one injector behind the throttlebody and make the intake manifold into a "wet manifold" while under boost)

Thoughts, comments, opinions. :thumbsup:
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http://fordaspire.5.forumer.com/index.php?act=idx
 

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Definitely (I was actually the 7th person to become a member :D )

The lack of tuning for the OBD-II Aspires has long been a problem for anyone wanting to do mods. :bawling:
 
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