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Terrible idle after new injectors. idm? or did I mess up?

Okay time to finally post on here. The forum has been a great tool and I learned a ton . So I change my injectors due to some bad fuel(I think gas) destroyed me stock ones (225k on them) to stage 2 split shots. it's idling like crap. So i ran a scanner on it today and pulled these codes.

Buzz test:
P01271, 72, 75, 76, 78


Im no mechanic but if done a ton of work on the truck myself and learn alot from the forum. Its in both banks. So where should I start?

As for the truck its a 01 f350 ccsb 7.3. W/ a ts tuner 6
Ps. Ive been getting hot coolant smell from the heater and when u pulled the valve covers it smelt like burnt coolant. Probably another issue but just throwing it out there. Thanks for your help. I appreciate everything this forum offers. PRICELESS!
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