Hey kids, Well, I think I done goofed. I was changing the timing belt on my 1993 Mitsubishi Minicab Van with the 12 valve 3G83. I followed the Danko engine manual to a T for reinstallation. With the belt on, I thought I would just run the engine just for a second to see if it all looked fine. Well, my torque wrench must need calibrated because the tensioner moved and the belt skipped a few teeth. I shut it down the second I saw the tensioner move. So I redid everything and lined all the marks back up per the manual. Now it is all back together and it just does not seem right. It idles fine and does not seem like it misses or anything. Thinking maybe I hit a valve? So I did a compression check and I get 165-170psi on all 3 cylinders. Tested each cylinder 3 times and got the exact same results each time. Maybe I averted disaster and did not hit the valves. I checked all the alignment marks like 20 times and they seem spot on. What else should I be looking for?