Follow up report...
#1 injector was bad. After unplugging the wiring harness on each injector, it didn't make a single bit of difference on the #1. Replaced it with a new one and sea foamed the remaining.
But on a side note, when I had it all apart I was working on fixing a oil leak from the new valve cover gasket. Took the cover off and found my #3 intake rocker sitting at the bottom of my head.
Did some investigating and found the hydraulic lifter was seized. Grabbed it with a pair of pliers and ripped the insides of it out and left the outside in the shaft. Couldn't get a hold of it with any kind of puller or vice grips and ended up chipping a big hunk of the top lip off of it.
Called up the head dealer and he told me to drill and tap the oil line that goes down to the bottom of the shaft then put a grease zirc fitting on it and fill it up with grease and it will pop it loose. Didn't have a zirc fitting, but I had a port-a-power and hydraulic fittings.
Drilled and tapped a 1/4"-28 thread down the oil shaft, then made a fitting for the port-a-power. After 4 hours of making a million dollar fitting I threaded it it and 3 pumps later the lifter popped out. Cleaned out the shaft and found purple casting sand in the bottom!!!
Called the dealer back and told him what I found and he started ripping his stock heads apart to make sure everything was clean. Found 3 more heads the same size that had the same thing.
Put a new lifter in and put it all back together and besides the original oil leak again, it runs like a charm! No cel and smooth! Now what can I do about the oil leak? Any help there would be great.