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Old 03-13-2018, 01:34 PM
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We're getting ready to install a jms boost a pump on a C5. Prepping the car for boost. We chose the jms for the convenience of the adjustable ****. Just wondering if anyone has experience with this unit? Mounting location? Wiring routing? Thanks in advance.
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Looks fairly similar to all the other BAPs out there. Mount it inside the splash guard just in front of the fuel pump. Wires can all be run through the rocker panel.
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Looks fairly similar to all the other BAPs out there. Mount it inside the splash guard just in front of the fuel pump. Wires can all be run through the rocker panel.
so you would mount it outside of the car?
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Originally Posted by Turpid porpoise View Post
Looks fairly similar to all the other BAPs out there. Mount it inside the splash guard just in front of the fuel pump. Wires can all be run through the rocker panel.
So the fuel pump is behind driver side splash guard?
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Originally Posted by Bad Jake28 View Post
so you would mount it outside of the car?
Yes. In the drivers side rear quarter panel. Once you put the splash guard back on nothing can get to it.


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So the fuel pump is behind driver side splash guard?
If your car is a 97-03, yes. If it is late 03-04, no. 97-03 have it just in front of and inside the drivers rear wheel, there is a metal cover over it.
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Originally Posted by Turpid porpoise View Post
Yes. In the drivers side rear quarter panel. Once you put the splash guard back on nothing can get to it.




If your car is a 97-03, yes. If it is late 03-04, no. 97-03 have it just in front of and inside the drivers rear wheel, there is a metal cover over it.
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Originally Posted by Turpid porpoise View Post
Yes. In the drivers side rear quarter panel. Once you put the splash guard back on nothing can get to it.




If your car is a 97-03, yes. If it is late 03-04, no. 97-03 have it just in front of and inside the drivers rear wheel, there is a metal cover over it.
thanks a lot for the info much appreciated
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