Welp...it happened. Got a Gates kit for my 2015 ex and the tensioner that came with the kit looked suspect (back piston cap was depressed into the tensioner body a bit more than I'm used to seeing. Like it had been previously c-clamped) Got a duralast one at auto zone because they had it on the shelf and I've had good experiences overall with thier parts. Finished the timing belt/water pump and it started and ran fine for my 10 mile test run. Next morning it started fine and stalled after one minute. Then cranked with what sounded like no fuel. Suspecting the worst I pulled the timing covers back off and found the belt was slack. Pulled the tensioner and it was completely depressed. No tension whatsoever. Pulled the timing covers off completely and found both cams were about 90 degrees out. Did a fair amount of cursing with a very sick feeling in my stomach. Retimed the engine and put the gates tensioner in. It provided good tension and timing was spot on after 2 revolutions. But the no start remains. Engine cranks like it's not getting fuel. Fuel pump is stroking on key position 2. I've never seen bent valves cause an engine not to start, but pretty sure that's what I'm dealing with. Wondering if anyone has experienced this issue or had to battle a shit parts manufacturer for the cost of repairs due to damage from thier parts. Let the flogging begin. Oh first time posting so sorry if this is in the wrong spot. Love you guys.