If you get brave enough, you can clean them yourself. I've been doing it this way for a while now and have had no problems. Be careful as to what cleaner you choose because some say it's possible to clean the protective layer off the windings in the injector.
Thanks to Patrick and the link he provided, it sparked a pursuit and multiple discoveries regarding the injector debates. I've figured out most the fueling cause and effect, along with table descriptions that need to be changed in $88 if you're running a 7730 ecm. I'll post a new thread and the info I've found as soon as i gather it all together for the next poor schmuck that falls prey to the black art of tuning voodoo. Ron
I ordered and received a new clutch slave cylinder along with an egr tube and radiator hose from Rodney, I still have to install all of that.
I also heard back from the guy at the injector place. He said that all but one injector was completely clogged, (probably why it wouldn't crank before.... ) so they run them through the ultra sonic cleaner, well, long story short, after running them through their process several times, they have all but one flowing good. He said all of them flowed at 84cc, but one was about half of that, so he is going to get me another injector.
I still have to drill out the exhaust manifold where the egr tube bolts on, because the bolts broke off in the manifold when I was removing the tube.
So in two weeks I'll have 7 days off so hopefully I'll have the car running then!