[quote=Daytrepper;4035785]Has the engine been rotated after setting up and installing the chain?
If not, the problem I see here is no "gold" links lined up with the arrow on the main sprocket; and/or on the dots on the secondary chain sprocket. Your main sprocket also appears to be in the incorrect position. On the secondary chains there are also darkened or gold links that act as the timing marks on the chain itself. These MUST line up with the dots on the camshaft gears (OR there must be 12 chain link pins between your dots on the secondary sprockets).
Just wanting to make sure you have the "gold" links in the chains lined up as pictured in the FSM pic that PEVA posted. They act as timing marks on the chain between the crank and two cams; along with those on the gears. They MUST be lined up correctly.
There is not much to it, if the different colored chain links are lined up with the correct dots/triangles on the camshaft sprockets and the crankshaft timing mark is lined up with the chain link, and sprocket and arrow on the oil pump housing, you will be good to go. DO NOT rotate the engine until the tensioner is reset, installed, and released. If you do, this will also screw up your timing. The chain is still loose enough at this point to easily jump a timing mark. Not sure if you did this either.
There is no need to worry about cylinder positions or valves being open, because if you follow the correct instructions, all that will be in place as it should be. From what I've seen and read here it sounds as if you have timed your secondary chains correctly and your primary chain incorrectly.
Yep it's been rotated that's why you don't see gold links and I guess because I had tissues pop out the spark plug holes there's compression valves didn't contact pistons I'm good!! like I said I just don't want to have to do it again another member said same as you as far as any contact being made to pistons once timing on crank sprocket is lined up So camshafts good and I can close it up!?