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After head replacement, my 95 4x4 4.3 vortec tbi V motor will crank but no start

(1995 Chevrolet S10)
in Lawrenceburg, IN on March 20, 2017
I have fire, compression, firing order is correct, getting fuel to throttle body, however, after I try to start it and pull a spark plug out, "any of them", they are bone dry. Could it be a vacuum line hooked up wrong that would cause it from not getting fuel to the plugs? I also have a python 1400xp remote start on the vehicle, "I've never had an issue with the remote start before" could it be in theft mode and cause it not to start? the vehicle sat for four years up until two years ago. I replaced the fuel pump and battery and it fired right up.
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on March 20, 2017
Carefully add fuel to throttle body to see if engine will start and run a couple of seconds... Post results.
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