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If it has an electric fuel pump I would lose that if I were you for 2 reasons-too much pressure will cause leaks, and it's a fire hazard. Get another pump and attach it to the pulse line that the VRO works from. If memory serves there's room to attach it( if it's the V6 you own). Good Luck! Bob

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Yes, I did it on my 225.

You don't NEED to replace the fuel pump, you can just plug off the VRO side and remove the wire.

But they do make a non-vro pump (a lot of dealers say they don't, but they do) and it is a lot cheaper.

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I got mine from a local OMC dealer at the time, he had to order it, but it didn't take long.I would think you could find one on the net these days.

It's weird.I called around, and some dealers said they don't make one, others said yeah, but I have to order it.The local guy said they don't make one, so I got the part # and he plugged it in and said, "look at that it's a good #, I didn't know they made them"

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