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VE pump banjo bolt

So while replacing my gov spring with a 3200 spring removed the banjo bolt that feeds the injection pump fuel. What struck me was the size of the hole that is drilled into the smooth part of the bolt. On other banjo bolts I've seen these are typically about 1/8 inch or so and there are two or three. My bolt had one tiny tiny hole. Do people drill these out. Seems like it might limit fuel supply or certainly drop supply pressure. I wanted to drill it but wasn't sure if there was a reason not to.

1993 w250 club cab, 4x4, auto, 360km on the clock, turned up smoke, power screw, star wheel one turn from bottomed, ISSPRO boost, tacho, and pyro. Ground fuel pin, 3200 spring, full throttle mod, timing bump, BHAF..
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