Fuel Pump Control Module vs. Regulator and return line

Mheiron

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So on the Hellcrate setup into a 69 Charger with an Aeromotive Stealth fuel tank.

The first expert I asked, very strongly recommended a conventional fuel pump, regulator and return line setup.
But then I spoke to tech support at Aeromotive and they said their tank and pump were designed specifically for the Dodge Fuel Pump Control Module system. No need for a return line.
The wiring and FPCM comes with the wiring harness so I have what I need to go that way.

My question to the forum is what is everyone else doing on this type of swap? What has been the experience?

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My aeromotive tank finally shipped today after being on order for over 4 months. Was that pump something specific you ordered or did you order the tank setup and that’s what they sent? I’m wondering what I have coming in now.
 

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My aeromotive tank finally shipped today after being on order for over 4 months. Was that pump something specific you ordered or did you order the tank setup and that’s what they sent? I’m wondering what I have coming in now.
I bought the Aeromotive Stealth tank setup. My car did not have a gas tank when I got it. I needed everything.
 

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I am running a regulator up front with an -8 AN pressure and -8 AN return line for the simplicity and reliability. I understand most OEMs now use PWM... but it is with tons of R&D. Personally, I have my doubts about the reliability of aftermarket PWM. Its hard to beat a spring and valve for reliability and durability.
 

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