Thanks for the reply, the score marks are right next to the pressure release bolt. I notice that there is a second gasket sandwich below the wall next to the bolt but its not expose i just have minor scratches in the aluminum wall. I'm thinking that i possibly could have loosened the gasket but that's highly unlikely when i think about it. I'm thinking that I got dirt inside the fuel pump
The shop I called said that's what he thinks it is. When i was driving it last night it was acting like a runaway turbo. He said thats what a runaway pump can do. I got the code read today and it was a maf code, I deleted it then drove back to autozone in an hour and there was no readable codes. I might have pulled the maf off testing it causing the maf code, I was so out of it last night i can't remember. Now if the car self bleeds itself then its most likely dirt in the fuel injector pump. I might have made it run better today because I put a ish load of cleaner from power services. I pored it in the fuel filter and some in the tank. Now I noticed the Rpm's have dropped to 950 and the idle has improved from its hard roughness of 1100. It's still a little rough, but the car has improved drastically. Unless there is some air in the line still, its mostly likely dirt for sure. Thanks again for the reply chitty! I plan to take it to the shop on Monday or buy some fuel cleaner requiring a direct hook up to the pump. If not I guess ill have to buy a new fuel pump. At least it will give me a opportunity to do the timing belt and change the serp- oh yeah water pump and all the others too.