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Honda's have whats called an interference fit where the valves can contact the piston tops if the belt fails while the engine is running as when most failures occur, so I would say that it is true. Keep your timing belts changed at the recommended interval.
well is the idle air control bad? do you have enough coolant? as this vehicle idle is coolant based as well as throttle body positioning sensor.but you may have a nice vacuum leak too when you replaced you head you may have left some gasket material in between the intake manifold or air plenum causing an incorrect sealing/ leak, and also valve timing needs to be checked may need to relap/regap the best bet is to follow your repair manuals troubleshooting section and the process of elimination good luck!