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Coupla things, anytime you unplug the ICP you should set a code. Not sure why ForScan wouldn't have picked that up.
Next 2,200 psi is what the PCM sets as a Default value for the IPR to run with and if you see no pressure rise & fall (plus that particular 2,200psi) I'm gonna guess it's not believing your ICP sensor. You really need to be able to accurately read codes and get sensor readings to go from here. How have you determined that you have good "flow" from your HPOP? Can you get a, High Pressure, Gauge on it?
When attempting to Start, configure your app (TorqueApp is actually easier for this) to monitor these 4 important things (there are thresholds that the PCM needs to see exceeded before it will trigger the IDM to fire the injectors).
While Cranking on the starter, what do you get for;