Ok, so I removed my heads to install new hla's, and during the process I believe I may have slipped my cam chain one link clockwise, when facing the engine. I mostly think that because when i aligned them with the gear in the stator at TDC, and i have 24 pins (or 12 links) between the two punch marks on the cam-shaft gears (manual specs) the punch holes are supposed to line up with the edge of the engine case. HOWEVER, the books specifies that there is only suppose to be ONE timing mark for tdc front cylinder. In my case, the mark they used to identify it as TF (top front) is the same exact size, length, depth, and looks to of been made by the same tool, as the mark in front of it. There is also a blue mark that sits in line with the "-" part of the Tse the other one." I have pictures below of the blue mark lined up to the tdc, and then a picture of the cams with the proper amount of links between them and where they line up at. Hopefully this helps.
lined up on blue mark (top of the T looks exactly like the timing marks on the rest of the wheel)
cam shafts, with proper amount of links between them, on the blue line
gear on the stator lined up on the timing mark in front of the "T"
cam gears with the stator gear on the mark in front of the "T"
what i'm hoping is that i can slip it back one link to put it back where it's suppose to be, the same way i slipped it off. I just need to know WHICH one of those marks is actual TDC, or I'm screwed. There are also a bunch of "M" marks on the chain, one section has 5 in a row, then another one one link sepereated from the group. Then theres a section where theres 3, but each one has a link inbetween them, looks like this (the -'s are links, them M's are links with an M on them) -M-M-M- and for the group MMMMM-M