Really hoping someone can help with this as I'm at a total loss. I am not entirely certain the charge pipes are to blame or if I've had some other untimely failure hence the post here. Here's the the full story just in case it is helpful:
The car is Trifecta tuned. Everything was working correctly before I started the install and the boost gauge worked (I keep the car set on it for fun of course) and the car had all the power promised by the tune of course.
I installed the DDM Works charge pipes and reached the final step where you re-insert the hose but the hole was not threaded (a defect during production) and I chose to order a tap and thread the hole myself, which was successful and I have a tight fit with the hose. During the week before I had time to get the hole threaded, the car sat outside in some cold, rain and wind.
It also turns out I apparently left one of the interior lights on the entire time and drained the battery. So when I tried to start the car after this install, it of course would not. Attempting to revive the battery with a charger as I usually do failed, got the bad battery indicator, and this meant I had to do the (horrible) battery install. I did this as well, and the car starts and runs again. If the detail matters, the car was dead enough with the bad battery to lose track of time and (I think) do that ECM reset where it runs the checks when it regains power.
However, the car feels off as if I did something horribly wrong, or some other part/thing has failed during this install. I get 0 PSI boost, makes a horrible sound even when driving at slow speeds, and if you pop the hood there is a chirping noise as well (and no I'm not referring to the ticking sound you'd expect). The first minute or so of the video covers this, and then end has the chirping sound with the hood open.
Given the limitations of the forum on images and video I've included a dropbox link with high res video and images of the entire install (even the battery I selected) as I think that'd be better. Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated. I'm also going to reach out to DDMWorks' tech support line but I honestly don't believe there's anything wrong with the pipes or how I installed it and that something else untimely has happened.