Heres the deal. I got the bike about 2 weeks ago for a killer deal. The bike had oil leakin at the head, base and right side cover gaskets. So i got a complete gasket set and replaced them all, no external leaks. So i go for a little ride and i see some coolant dripping from the over flow, i didnt think too much of it, but i topped it off and just took a bottle of water with me for a little ride to make sure all was good. The leak out the over flow got worse and worse, until it came to the point that it would lose about half a quart every 10 minutes. So i figured the head gasket was blown, forcing pressure in the system. So i take it all back apart, and it was obvious that was the problem, so i lapped the crap outa the head on slab of glass and some 400 grit paper. I used the gasket that i took out of the bike the first time i took it apart, put a glaze of high temp silicon on it (i know ur not sposta do this and that the silicon is not meant for head gaskets, but ive done it in a crunch many times on my 2 strokes) put the head on, waited an hour, then torqued all the bolts in a crisscross pattern, put the cams in, but when i turn it over with the kickstart its not right, i can get it past the compression stroke with my hand. I KNOW the cams are in right, i probably checked it about 10 times, but the valves must not be seating right or somthing, Im STUMPED, please, anyone have any ideas??