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I dropped my turbo and drilled then cleaned out by starting the truck with out the turbo, piece of cake took me like 30 min. The cover isn't needed if your not worried about warranty. It does connect a little better. If you took your time you can take things apart and tap into the right wire on your vp 44 and sodder it in there. I would recomend a fass pump or something similar cuase the stock lift pump wont last long and you dont want that to go. It will take out your vp 44. Then you could tap into the new pump on the bench if that happend. Keep an eye on fuel psi and all your other temps. your tranny will slip and go out if you don't have any mods if you use the higher settings. If you have or get an after market pump such as fass you need to put in a tee for your fuel psi sensor on your edge. :thumbsup Hope some of this helped.
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