That's exactly what the floor is doing, making it worse than it should be. I know electrics are going to make noise, but this is gonna drive me nuts.Real McCoy said:Mount it to something else. The floor acts like a big bass drum and amplifies the noise. A frame rail or roll bar will help but as posted, electric pumps ain't quiet. RM
Nah, I CNC'd that bracket myselfjacobgiles said:dave copied my bracket but thats how i got mine too. i used a strip of tire from a dirt track car cut the same shape as the bracket and sandwhiched it between the bracket and the bottom of the floor. got it pretty quiet.
I right-clicked the pic and got the following info:Seattle_Mike said:Hawk 1, where did you find the feedthrough bushings/rings? Those look good for running battery cables through as well.
are you saying that you can hear the pump OVER top of your engine when the engine is actually running?Nova_Guy said:Mine is extremely loud when it's running. Mine died over the weekend I think I am going to switch to a mechanical pump. My first red Holley pump lasted 15 years, this blue pump died at less than three.
Not in my car; but from outside the car standing behind it you can hear it mixed in with the exhaust note. Mine is/was very loud, I think it was doomed from the start it's the third Holley pump I have owned and it has been twice as loud as any other one since it was new. I been messing with hot rods for a long time and this pump has been louder than any I have encountered. The regulator was noisy also; it chattered on the firewall and whining of the pump was extremely annoying. I adjusted the regulator and it quited down but the pump still makes noise.are you saying that you can hear the pump OVER top of your engine when the engine is actually running?
As Mike said they were from Summit. They carry various sizes and not just the -10 size I used. Neat item when needed.Seattle_Mike said:Hawk 1, where did you find the feedthrough bushings/rings? Those look good for running battery cables through as well.