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remove turbo to remove engine?

Has anyone removed their engine with turbo still attached? I've seen instrutions to remove the turbo before removing the enigne however, I've also seen pictures of the engine on the hoist with turbo intact. Ideally I'd like to remove and re-install with turbo and up pipes installed. Appreciate feedback from those who have done so.
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You can leave the turbo on

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Yes. You can pull the engine with the turbo on.

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