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put in time and remove valve cover, front engine cover, timing belt ,exhaust at manifold, intake manifold and remove head bolts, pull head clean all surfaces replace gasket after head ck for cracks follow specs on bolts and put back together in a shop in would take about 4 to 6 hrs to do .
Push rod,you have two different size,or firing order is wrong. The intake push rod are 5 3/4 inch long, the exhaust are 6 inches long,Disable the spark and crank the engine the sound should be smooth and even,if its not correct the push rods.If it is correct the firing order
is there a check engine light on? did you change the spark plug wires?
you may have a intake gasket leak or possibly a cracked intake manifold. there is a simple test to try to determine if there is a leak in the intake but it can be potentially hazzardous. with a can of carberator cleaner, spray around the intake gasket and manifold. if the engine revs up, there is a leak. you can also purchase a vacuum gauge and test the amount of vavuum the engine makes. typically 17-22 hg. connect the gauge to a main vacuum port such as the hose to the brake vacuum booster
If the RPM's are going pretty low to where the car seams like its about to die, then it could be a vaccum leak. Whick could be cause by a bad gasket or something maybe didnt get sealed right when putting everything back together. If you do decide to change the gasket, i would recommend the "Hondata Intake Manifold Gasket". Its thicker and not made from metal and also keeps your intake manifold cooler.
ase mechanic here. this has happened to me too, try checking your wiring again, it is very easy to mix up the back three cylinders. and on the coil remember number six is the middle coil. from left to right its 523614