So I got the piston and valves back and they looked superb. I installed them and also replaced my throttle cable(it was on one thread), front tire, rear sprocket bolts(some were nearly round allen holes, powercoated the rims black, polished the bolts with a wire brush and sprayed them with a metal clear coat, and finally retapped my front fork guard bolts with some helicoils. I also straight wired my headlight to my battery because the power output at low rpms caused the LED to flicker and also I crashed and destroyed the top half of my control switch.
When I changed my oil for the first time it came out very quickly not like oil shoud, especially dirty oil. It was still dark, but it smelled like gas. I'm guessing I have gas leaking into my oil, but I'm not sure how or what to do about it. I really don't think it's coolant or water, although my coolant levels were very low the other day, I think that's just because I've been overheating in some tight woods riding. I changed the oil recently after the change where I found the gas in it and there didn't appear to be any gas. I might have checked too soon to really let some seep in there if it was going to or not, I'm wondering if that's a break in type thing or if I crashed and some gas for some reason creeped in my oil, or if that's a pressing issue that needs to be dealt with immediately.
I adjusted the valves to the best of my ability and started it up. I've been riding it for a couple months now and had just a couple concerns. My valves started out pretty loud and have quieted down quite a bit since then, I'm not sure if that's normal break in procedure or I adjusted my valves wrong and it wore my valves down quicker than it should've to meet my adjustment.
When I'm riding down the highway the front wheel bounces up and down every other second, it'll start hopping then roll regularly then repeat. I've read some about it and it seems to be caused by my rimlock up front. I could either take out the rimlock or add some counterweights to it. What would be the downfall of removing the front wheel rimlock? I feel it doesn't have nearly as big of an effect as the rear one because it's only braking, but I'm just guessing. If I were to put some counterweights up front how much should they weigh, I've heard 2.5 ounces is good, but that was from just one guy. I do not have a balancing stand.
Edit: I added pictures of the powdercoated rims and also some of the polished bolts. I polished my rear disc brake, handlebar bolts, my clutch cover bolts, and a lot more. I haven't gotten to the rear brake lever obviously lol. From the handlebar picture you can see that the top piece of my controls has some heavy electrical tape action there because the switch broke out during a fall I had. The switch for the light now is in between the bark buster mount and the handlebar mount. Also thats the headlight I'm using. It's a stupid bright compaired to the stock light, I ride back home at night a lot and this is super helpful. This is a link to the light, it was like $20 and included 2 of them.