UPDATE! Okay so after a long wait on parts, i got a new timing chain, stage 1 hotcams, new piston rings, new head gasket, and i had the cylinder bore honed i put it all together and forgot to snap pics of the timing but it started and ran . I counted 13 pins across the two cams and they were right on the marks to line up with the head. it fired right up after about 8 kicks( which were easier since the hotcams decompression pin sticks further out than my old one) and i shut it off after about 15 seconds because it was idling high. Restarted it with one kick and then it shut off after about 5 seconds, then could not be kicked again, the kicker was stuck. i decided to pull the clutch basket out and check out the kicker then figured out that's no the problem because with it not connected the motor would still hit a spot where it wouldn't pass when turning the crank. Pulled the plug out and looked with a bore scope and found a valve laying on top the piston broken . I took off the valve cover to find the only where the only new valve was the head had collapsed into the engine, im not sure how yet but looks like the head gave out and dropped the whole valve assembly spring and all into the combustion chamber. My guess is the same idiot that put the bike together himself also put that valve in, i couldnt see cracks or anything that would tell that the head was bad and i did a leakage test on it and found no leaks. ANyway long story short, itll be awhile but i plan on keep rolling on with the bike and fix it. Good news is i found the clutch basket was all new and performance(gotta look on the bright side right?haha), I also got to hear it start and run for about a total of 20seconds haha better than not at all, even if it shit the bed. I plan on getting a big bore kit and gytr performance head and performance valves, i had got a jet kick for it but didnt mess with it since the bike wasnt even running yet i didnt wanna complicate things further. Ill post some pics of the carnage and when i rebuild it again ill be sure to take many pics. THanks for all the help and suggestions!