tomorrow hopefully we are going to pull a fuel line and test the flow, comparing it to his 328 since that thing has a working fuel pump. That will be the only test we need, if the fuel flow is fine (which i doubt 100%) then its the ECU
but here is my reasoning for the fuel pump
I had the idea to leave the car in the on position for about 5 minutes, the car would then turn over and crank all the way up and die after 5 seconds. We did it again and harry stabbed the accelerator upon it cranking over, died immediately, we did it once more a few minutes and the thing kicked over some again. This suggest to me there is a huge shortage of fuel due to a weak pump. We let it sit in the on position so the pump had time in its weak state to get enough fuel to idle for a few seconds, the second we jabbed the throttle, the fuel pump could not supply enough and died.