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The EFII Boost Pump Module (BPM) brings a new level of installation simplicity and functionality to the fuel system of your aircraft equipped with Bendix, AFP or Precision Airmotive type mechanical fuel injection. The BPM reduces a time consuming and frustrating plumbing job to a simple and clean, easy to set up installation. It is used to supply a steady source of 30PSI fuel to your engine during take-off, landing, priming, or emergency situations. The BPM has integral back flow prevention and pressure regulation valving.


  • Ideal boost pump solution for any mechanically fuel injected aircraft engine through 540
  • Fully engineered solution provides superior performance compared to alternatives
  • Low suction loss while operating in draw through mode provides safer fuel management at altitude
  • Uses high quality Walbro fuel pump (made in the USA)
  • Intregal plumbing through large internal fuel passages offers no restriction to pump output
  • Integral mounting bosses can be bolted directly to floor or firewall
  • Included kick plate keeps fuel lines safe when installed in foot well area of cockpit
  • Includes AN -6 (3/8" ID) input and output fittings
  • Overall dimensions: 3.6" wide, 8.8" long, 1.9" thick (with kick plate installed)
  • Includes extra FF-2 pre-filter element for your first annual. (two filters included)
  • All mounting hardware included

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  • Complete BPM system includes Boost Pump Module with kick plate, mounting hardware, and two FF-2 pre-filters.
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Q: Do you need a non-return valve and bypass circuit for this installation?

Per the manufacturer, no you will not need any of this for the install.

Q: I am going to have to straddle a small metal stiffener on my firewall. I would like to mount this assembly flat without making standoffs. What is the distance from the flat mounting surface to the rounded edge of the pump?

Per the manufacturer, it's about 0.1 inches.

Q: Re Part # 07-01854: How many amps does the boost pump module use?

This boost pump module uses 4.1 amps.

Q: regarding the EFII Electric Boost Pump module: is it 28 Vdc? What is the maximum flow permitted by the fuel pump?

This is a 12V system with a maximum flow rate of 45gph-50gph.

Q: Concerning the FF-2 filters, what happen if they get blocked, do they have a internal bypass?

Per Vendor: The filters are screen filters to keep chunks of debris out of the pump. They are not prone to clogging. We have never heard of one clogging.

Some people opt to use one filter coming off of each wing tank so there are two filters in the system.

This type of installation makes some people feel safer. But again, clogging has never been an issue.

This is a suction side filter (before the fuel pump). Bypass filters only work on the pressure side of the pump.

So this is not applicable in this case.

Q: How much does this unit weigh?

Approx 3 lbs

Q: What is the A/S part # for the replacement filter? How often should they be changed?

These kits come with two FF-2 filters, one for when the unit is installed and the second for when the first annual. They should be changed at each annual, the filter part number is 07-19990.

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