Well that rules out fuel pressure.
Yes... I'm glad because I didn't want to have to buy a new fuel pressure regulator, and R&R the chamber. I doubt the new fuel filter could be so plugged it is causing a problem.
I'm at the point where I'm trying decide to just reinstall the stock cam that came out of head. Or... buy a new camshaft. If I buy a new cam, I'm debating between the one I had originally picked based on owner's feedback and Engine Analyzer's data -CompCam 252S. It still shows the best numbers for my 2500 to 3500 RPM range. BUT..... since I have done some mock pulls on the Schneider cams.... one of them looks VERY interesting and could be a good choice for me.
Here's the Excel sheet that I posted before, but I've added the Schneider cams.
What do you think?