Update on the Boos-T-Liner:
Took the injectors out, and took them to a shop to be bench tested. I learned that these injectors are almost the same as Powerstroke 7.3L injectors, same hydraulic unit injection (with the same potential for oil in the fuel). They were developed in a joint effort by CAT and International.
The shop tested them and found one had a broken magnet, and one didn't fire at all. They rebuilt them and cleaned the other ones, no carbon on the tips anymore, and put all the new O rings on for me. The total for all this came out to the cost of one new injector from CAT: $577. Not cheap but I am REALLY glad that I took those to be tested because had I not known I was running on 5 cylinders (pretty sure I wasn't, either they messed up or I broke it upon removal / transport) I would have been down on power and using a lot more fuel than necessary.
I cleaned the bores real well (to CAT spec with their overpriced tools) and lubed up the injectors real well (dunked them in oil) and reinstalled them, used a pry bar to push them in which was real difficult. Got them all seated and threaded the bolts in, and tomorrow I will change the oil, filter, fuel filters and probably adjust the valves. Then put the valve cover back on and hope for the best...
Also I recieved a CB antenna (firestik) and cable, 4 speakers, a head unit with aux jack (USB inputs always annoy me) and HID lights with projector lenses. I ordered a CB radio but they were out of stock. Also thanks to ThePimentals I finally found a seal that works for my rear emergency exit window.
I have been neglecting my E30 too much:
One projector / HID installed
And they're not even aimed down as far as they should be yet.
Hard to get the white balance right on that one.
They are annoying when people put them on Civics with fart cannons but honestly the lights on this thing were like candles in a shoebox. Not safe at all for night driving, the difference is incredible and was under $100 in parts, took about 45 minutes to install both. No wiring necessary, the connectors line right up with stock. Let me know if anyone wants me to link the parts. They are for "7x6" headlights and use a H4 bulb. The H4 bulb in the HID kit uses a HID low beam and a 55 watt halogen HI beam. I need to figure out how to jump the relay with a diode to get lows to stay on with hi's. I did this in my silverado, I doubt it is much different. It is possible it would generate too much heat in the housing, though.
9 days till Memphis. Yikes.