The equivelent to this part (Saginaw) cannot be disassembled in order to increase the spring pressure in the Tacoma PS pump. The end cap is not screwed on, it is swedged. The only way to get it apart would be with a drill or end mill. However then the material required for reassembly would be missing. As there are rubber seals and such inside, assembly processes that involve high heat such as welding and brazeing are not options. JB weld is pretty good stuff but it would not work for long within the oil filled, high pressure and high temperatures that are typical inside the pump when it is running.
The orifice can be drilled for more volume but you cannot get the pressure back up at lower rpm to compensate. I know because I've tried it. It made for some very interesting driving too. Slow speed turns as at intersections had to be planned well in advance i.e. depress the clutch, and rev up to get steering because if I let the revs drop to lower RPM or idle I had no steering what so ever as it was locked up. However, when the revs were up at cruise RPM all I had to do was just think about making a lane change. LOL