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Check the IPR and make sure nothing go into the screen from the old o-rings on the old injectors.
It does take a little bit of cranking to build the pressure back up. Do you have a manual gauge or the Ford IDS scan tool or something else that can read the live data on the ICP? It will tell you what the engine sees. It needs to see 650 psi in order to start. If you are not getting that, something is wrong.
Also check to make sure nothing was left unplugged by mistake.
I have had 5 minutes of cranking on these engines (not all at once) to get the oil pressure up. Crank for 30 seconds and rest for a 1 minuted then crank again. This keeps the starter from getting burned out.
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