We've been replacing the blown engine in SuperdadSC's car. With everything installed and connected we tried to start it up. It cranks but no start. So, I first checked the shrader valve on the fuel rail and there was nothing. So, I pulled the fuel lines off, stuck them in a fuel can, jumpered the fuel pump on at the EEC test plug. The pump came on and there was a nice heavy stream of fuel coming out. I connected the top fuel line to the rail and again jumpered on the fuel pump and fuel comes out of the bottom fitting Ok. I then hook up the bottom fuel hose and again jumper on the fuel pump. I let it run for several seconds then off again. I press the shrader valve again and nothing. There should have been some pressure but there was nothing not even the smell of gas or a wet spot. I am totally puzzled by this. I didn't try pressing the shrader valve while the pump was running but I'll try that tonight. The fuel rail came off of the blown motor and was working when the engine died so it should be Ok. It sat in the trunk while the engine was swapped. It has an adjustable fuel pressure regulator that wasn't touched while it was off of the engine. Short of taking everything back off of the top of the engine I'm not sure what to check next or why we're not getting any fuel pressure. Has anybody run into this before or have any ideas?