I ran into an issue last night. I was on cruise control going down 71 and I started getting a massive misfire. It felt like I lost a cylinder. I immediately pulled over and had the car towed home. I was flying blind as my Bluetooth obd reader was in my wife's truck so I started checking things that could cause misfire. I pulled spark plugs. They looked pretty beat so figured why not replace. No fix. I took the spare could that were known good at one time and swapped them in. No dice. I then moved to injectors. Once I swapped out the newer injectors from when I bought the engine. Everything seemed fine. Then this morning I went to leave it felt ok then about a mile from my house I lost power and lost a cylinder again. Check the one reader and I have misfire cylinder 1. Now I checked the Injector resistance and they were at about 12.5 ohms across the board. I then checked the wires to see of there was any voltage drop. I found 12v on one side and 2.5v on the other across the board. I think with the key on it's "priming" the injectors which is why there's 2.5 on one side. If you pull a connector and check codes you'll get a pending injector low voltage code. If you plug it back in it goes away. After coming up what seems to be good there I moved to the scary stuff. Draining the oil to look for bearing material. I had no bearing material in the oil nor any metal shavings stuck to my drain plug magnet. Just to play it safe I ran the oil through a paper towel to try and find some material. No material. I also ran a magnet through and cut open the oil filter to check for stuff and nothing. Now I'm confused as to where to go from here. I guess I could pull the valve cover and see if there are any valves stick open. That's a pretty quick check. Other than that I'm lost. Any advice would be great. Thanks in advance.