That it will probably bend another one. You have to treat these engines with care, meaning you need to keep the air filter clean, the oil clean and full, the engine and all of it's surfaces clean, don't let it run lean (including running it out of gas). Bumping the rpms down a little can make a big difference in the failure rate too. I don't know if I mentioned it in my other post, but I ended up putting a new/updated head on mine after it spit out the exhaust valve seat once and bent both rods once. I just couldn't justify the cost of putting a new Honda engine on it.