Okay, getting frustrated with this thing. I recently put in a new standard compression Wisco piston. After the rebuild I didn’t reset the tensioner and stretched the timing chain so new timing chain and made sure the valves were in spec. It started after that and ran it around for about 1/2 hour and didn’t want to start again. In the process I blew the first starter. Had the oem one and through that back on it started but not easily. Come back another day and started up easier but not great. Then adjusted tps to .64 volts as it was sitting at .61. Started up great after that and rode it around thinking the problem was solved. Today, started up great then ran it 15 minutes turned off and didn’t start. Grab the charger (I know, bad idea..) set it to 2amps and let it sit. Cranked but not easily. Cranked some more and it makes a backlash sound after it gets over the compression cycle and sounds really bad. It does this when the starter isn’t turning over fast enough from my experience. In that process fried the starter I suspect cause it’s not wanting to turn and I can hear the injector squirting fuel. Same symptoms as before when It blew and it just clicks. When it heats up do the valves changed that much? I’ve spent about 5 hours so far trying to get the shimming perfect with no luck. Thoughts?