Well, this is the deepest I have ever been into an automobile and without the help of the forums I would never have attemped this task let alone be almost finished.
I learned a few things.
Try your best to source all the parts first, make sure you either purchase them or that the autoparts stores have plenty of stock. I purchased some before hand but assumed that the local parts stores would have things like o-rings, bolts, inch pound torque wrenches. I had a planned weekend that ended up bust because the local Napa, Autozone, Knecht'*, and Shucks had nothing I needed, no injector parts, or kit, not other o-rings etc and the inch pound wrenches they had went from 120in/lbs to 250 not the 89in/lbs I needed for the UIM.
I also repaired and sleaved my UIM and made a stovepipe. The tubing for this was not available locally I needed to order and would have taken four days via UPS. So I found a machine shop who turned one from plans I drew up. The guy thought it was an interesting thing so he only charged me $15 and I found a scrap piece of 304SS for $2. I Know alot of these problems would not be issues if I purchased a Dorman or APN kit, but I was going to plug the LIM anyway so I figured I could easily use the old UIM, it was manufactured in 2003.
Anyway, I have to reinstall the alternator then I am almost done, should be tomorrow morning. I want to thank everyone for their help and comments.
I think I have a new hobby, I like the car and it would be fun to keep it running and boost the performance. Oh, and I did port the LIM while it was off.