The log shows a significant drop in RPM over a one frame time span on the log. That indicates to me you likely have an issue related to the crank sensor signal. Likely it misses a magnet at high rpm and with a CNP setup once it skips a magnet you effectively have your firing order off one cylinder which makes for a non running engine.The ony thing i jsr rrealized i didnt check was the sensor gap from the old motor to this one. Not sure that would make a difference but i'll double check it
Make sure your air gap is correct, the sensor is aligned with the wheel, eyeball the wheel for run-out while cranking, make sure the sensor bracket is tight and not moving, etc.