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If you are sure you have fuel pressure at the fuel distributor, I would check ignition first.
Before swapping fuel distributor, pull the injectors, make sure they a.) have pressure and b.) a decent spray pattern. If you have pressure at the injector I think it is unlikely that the fuel distributor is causing the no start. A used fuel distributor could cause more problems than it solves.
To some degree the same goes for the warmup regulator. In my experience, faulty (but not dead) CIS components will give poor run quality but not a no-start.
One more thing to check is the ignition module on the left inner fender. Can cause a non-obvious no-start
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