Forge Motorsport Boost Tap for Mini F54/F55/F56



Product Description

Forge Motorsport Boost Tap for the Mini F56 and F55.  The adaptor plate is installed between the boost (MAP) sensor and the intake manifold.

A simple solution for fitting a boost gauge without having to cut into any original equipment. 

Simple to fit using the existing MAP screw, hardware and fitting instructions which are supplied and the application is fully reversible. 

OEM T-Map Sensor Part Number: 13628637899

In The Box:

x1 Forge Motorsport Mini F56 & F55 Boost Tap
x1 M6x16 Cap Head Bolt
x1 3 meter length of 4mm Vacuum Hose
x10 Cable Ties
x1 Forge Motorsport Sticker

Third generation (F54/F55/F56/F57)

F54 Clubman 2015-
F56/F55 Hatchback 2014-
F57 Convertible 2016-

F60 Countryman 2017-

Cooper 1.5 Turbo Petrol (B38)
Cooper S 2.0 Turbo Petrol (B48)
One 1.5 Turbo Petrol (B38)

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