Well I'm not really sure what happened... but here's the rundown of the night.
On the way home I grabbed some more autolite 24s figuring that my plugs maybe fouled. I figured worse case scenario, I'd have some extra spark plugs for the future.
As soon as I got there, I spalled on my code reader I bought earlier at auto zone and all I got was an EGR code, which was expected because the EGR is sitting in a box in the garage. I then pulled a random spark plug to see if it was founed (#6 plug) It looked fine although there was a strong fuel smell. I then had my sister crank it while I grounded the plug to get a spark. It had a spark too so I put it back in.
Then for the hell of it, I tried to start it using the Clear Flood method (WOT while cranking to keep teh injectors from spraying.) and the son of a ***** fired right up. I turned it off and on a few times and it fired up with no problems. So I disconnected the battery, put the twecer back on, reconnected the battery and tried again and she fired right up. I switched to position 2 on the tweecer and after about 1 second, my idle increased about 200 RPM. (which is what I set position 2 for.) As I left the engine running I could switch back and forth from the positions and second later, you coudl ehar the change in the engine.
So in the end, I still ahve no clue wtf was wrong. if I had to guess, I would say that I must have flooded the engine and fouled the plugs with fuel (not sure how.) Overnight they must have dried off enough to get a spark, and the Clear Flood / Flood start took care of the rest.
Finally the tweecer is on and working as good as expected. Now I can finally move forward with this and get a good tune going.