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H22A Starting Problems

I recently pulled the H22A4 out of my 2000 Honda Prelude and installed a 97 H22A. Before installing the motor all necessary components were swapped from the USDM motor to the JDM motor to include ecm, wiring harness, distributor, oil pump, crank position sensor, top dead center sensor, exhaust header, intake manifold, knock sensor, crank gears, and VTEC controller. When I turn the key it cranks and cranks but will not start. I pulled off the fuel return hose and turned the key on and it shot out fuel so I know I'm getting fuel. I did a spark test on each of the cylinders and I got spark. When I changed out the oil pump I had to reinstall the timing belt of course so I know the timing is good. I also adjusted the valve lash while the motor was out of the car so I know thats good. I plugged in an OBD 2 tester and I'm getting no codes. I also did a compression test and that passed. Oh and I put in brand new spark plugs of course also. The notorious 4 piece ground wire that hooks onto the thermostat housing is also hooked up. Anybody have any other ideas?
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