So today I took my car back out to the shop to finish my brake job. Keep in mind that the car has been running pretty good here lately. So I left from my house and went maybe 3 miles to town and stopped for prolly 30 minutes to eat. Left the BBQ place and headed to the shop and saw my friend and his co-workers parked behind the paper mill here and I stopped and talked to then for about ten minutes. Up until this point the car had zero issues. When I leave from talking to them and proceed on to the shop my car started running like crap...low rpm miss and just like it had no power. So I eased on to the shop and got everything done there. When I left the car was still acting up so I stopped by a local mechanic friends shop and let him check it out. He said it sounds to him like a bad injector on my drivers side. Possibly stopped up or not working at all. My plugs and plug wires are all brand new, but I'm going to check all my plugs tomorrow just in case. So for now the car is back home and parked until further notice. Now, tomorrow my friend will be coming home for the weekend and he's bringing me my Cobra intake I just bought. The intake has 24lb. injectors and fuel rails etc. with it. I was initially gonna wait until a later time to change intakes, but if I have to tear the intake down anyways to get to my fuel injectors...would it make sense to go ahead and just swap from factory intake to my new Cobra intake and injectors? I know I'm still not 100% sure just yet that it is an injector causing the problem, but if it is it would seem like a perfect time to go ahead and do my swap. The only major thing I'm concerned with is that the motor is still in it's break in period...maybe close to 300+ miles on it since it was rebuilt. Would changing my intake setup so soon cause any issues?