Quite possibly. I've heard many stories of forced induction blowing the spark out if the gap is too wide.
I'd start conservatively, then work up as required. Try the maximum recommended pressure and see how the engine responds.
It isn't so much that it is snuffed out, but it fails to fire at all. Increased cylinder pressure requires a higher voltage to arc, as does a larger gap. So short of increasing the primary voltage or finding a hotter aftermarket coil (and good luck finding a good quality aftermarket COP) adjusting the gap to a point where the factory system can still function is the only option.