I was thinking about this over my morning coffee.......
The cam shaft timing will determine if the cam shaft was pulled or it's drive system was disturbed. There are some engines where the cam shaft is driven by chain, belt, or gear
directly off the crank with no intermediate items involved. If this is the case, and the drive was not disturbed, the cam will be in time. If that is the case, when at TDC you should find corresponding marks (they may not meet though......) on the cam gear
and crank gear (for the cam).
Since I'm not totally sure about this engine
......you will need to be the judge if the cam is in time.