At your rpm, and injector displacement, injector recovery is so far from anything you will ever be having a problem with.
Now, with icp
lingering in your oil side because your poppet is hung open pissing away oil due to the ICP
being higher than what the poppet spring can hold back......now that on the other hand will, has and is, reducing the distance the injector refills at rpm because it's an opposing force to the refill. The only thing to force the injector to refill is the fuel pressure pushing on the face of the plunger and the intensifier spring pushing on the underside of the intensifier piston. When you've got pissing ICP
above the intensifier piston, you can start to get a refill issue. The very reason that injector flow rates drop on the bench when the ICP
is jacked up like you run it.
As far as refill issues from the point of view of time between injection events, you need a lot more rpm and a lot more injector stroke to see that. And even then, I haven't seen it, but am only aware that it will likely be an issue for me at some point once the rpms come online with the B codes.
That belt driven fuel pump wasn't an accident on my truck. And the 200psi fuel pressure capability isn't either.
Can you say REFILL NOW.......lol.