I would monitor your engine noises and be prepared to at least change the chain tensioners at the first sign of lower engine ticking. I learned the hard way that the tensioners were worn out at 188K.
Started to get an ticking noise in lower part of the engine that would come and go. Then on the way home from Thanksgiving dinner at the top of the exit ramp the engine would not run at idle but no other problems/sounds. Two blocks home, pulled into garage and it still would not run at idle; next morning nothing. Motor would spin easily but would not catch. Towed to mechanic and one of the tensioners was worn thru and allowed the chain to jump enough teeth to prevent any of the valves from closing. Luckly it seemed to have happened while trying to start it because there were no bent valves, piston or head damage. My mechanic and I speculate that it may have jumped one tooth the night before causing it to run poorly and then I finished the job the next morning. I back up and rolling again but $1400 poorer.