Bike is running!!!
I rebuilded the top end myself and it runs. After speaking to a tech at a machine shop, I decided to reuse the head. He did not think that the problem with the valves serious. I did replace the cylinder, piston, and I laped the valves.
When the engine failed I felt like droping the whole bike of the cliff and watch it brake in to 1000 pices. I was so down and I thought I had the worst luck (buing a used bike). Now I can say that the engine failure was a blessing. I really enjoyed rebuilding it, and will even say that this is my new hobby. I might even take it all apart durring next winter...
Today when I started it and heard it come alive,... it felt really good.
I tried to stick to the service manula as much as possible. Since the manual did not call for honing of the cylinder, I did not do that. The new cylinder did came with a cross-hatched pattern, which looked identical to the old cylinder. One corner that I did cut was when I reused the original connectors when re-connecting fuel pump. The manual called for using a new piece. I carefully inspectd the connector and found it to be in good shape, flimsy but mine was okay so I reused it.
I'm vary happy to be back in the sadle
thank you all for the help.
Roadster, beer is on my if you are ever in Nova Scotia