Wow thanks for all the knowledge lol. It really can’t be much. I verified cam and crank sensors are good. I verified the the VVT solenoids work. I verified the chain isn’t stretched and tensioners aren’t damaged. I verified the timing is right and I verified the valves aren’t damaged. Only things left are the hydraulic chain tensioner could be bad. The VVT actuator on the exhaust camshaft could be bad. Or the valves weren’t set properly by machine shop. I figured there is someone who has had a problem with this in the past. But thanks again anywayThis can be many things and can't be answered here as this requires knowing how to do all of the job properly and be there in person. This is why you do not DIY something you can't do or use a shop not familiar with the engine.