No different, it is the -physical- alignment of the (I)ntake, (E)xhaust cams and (#1) Piston (via Crankshaft) with each other..Is the static timing any different than TDC on the cams and crank?
They should be in proper alignment for all (3).. The (I) and (E) cams should not be toed-in, or toed-out, when #1 piston is at TDC.Also should they be TDC or toed in abit? Dave mentioned something about that but he wasn't sure.
Dave,Engine looks good inside for all the mileage on it...
The plugs are a definite No No.. As I said before...
Multi-fire Bosch plugs don't work well with KIAs they cause misfire codes.
GottaCruse will need to comment on the cam timing marks..
** NO - It is cylinder #1 !!! **So the piston closest to the radiator is piston #4?
I cannot tell from the limited view of the cam pulleys, you really need to fully remove and expose the full timing setup to visually identify proper timing mark lineup ..GottaCruise are you saying it looks wrong,the timing?