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It is always easier to find leaks by doing the leak test w/ a hot engine, but clearly that isn't always possible.
If you are getting around 450 psig ICP pressure when cranking, then the ICP voltage should be around 0.7 volts.
Clearly you have something else going on to cause it to die while driving, but did you install an OEM ICP sensor?
When you replaced the ICP sensor, did you closely inspect the wiring to the connector?
Edit - nice post G8orFord! Better (and more timely) than mine!
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