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Metal tank, mine is noisy also. #6 both ways with a Regulator.
 

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Thanks for the reply, so you used exact one ATX listed, Holley 12–314? It says right in the description of that part that a regulator is not required.
 

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Metal tank, mine is noisy also. #6 both ways with a Regulator.

Interesting. I was considering the Holley refit kit because I have a new tank and it's a bit cheaper. They also have a return-less setup I've looked into. I was also looking at the Aeromotive setup. I wonder if theirs is any quieter.
 

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A return less set up isn’t gonna last. A return system keeps the fuel cooler. Always use a return.
 

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I will say that the cars I have built with an in-tank pump noise has never been an issue at least to me. My Cuda has an external pump mounted to the frame on the passenger side and I don't even hear that much, sure my hearing is a bit compromised but I have had noisy electrical pumps before and I know the difference. I would run an in-tank pump with a return for sure.
 

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