I was unable to find any help on here for these, so I am posting my experience.
I changed the timing belt. I have done at least 20 timing belts before - easy as pie. Started and drove fine most of the time. Every once in a while at the first VTEC, it would surge-and-cut, CEL, VSA and Delta! lights would come on. About half of the time and the second VTEC, the same thing would happen except it would stall some of the time. The surging-and-cut was similar to when the APP sensor starts to go out. Sometimes, it was fine at WOT.
The codes read P0339 and P0344 - crank sensor and cam sensor.
Turns out that both cams were one tooth off - they were behind because I apparently didn't get the slack out of the money side of the timing belt. It was an easy fix. I am glad that the computer let me know, because I otherwise was not able to tell for the 30, or so, miles that I drove it.
Anyway, I wanted to post my experience in case this happens again to somebody. Save your hydraulic tensioner pin, just in case... and double check your slack and marks so that you don't waste 40 minutes fixing this like I did.
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