I'm not 100% sure what's going on here. A little punctuation goes a long way. It's the difference between “helping your Uncle Jack, off his horse.” and “helping your uncle jack off his horse.”
if everyone want's to fuck with him and ask him why is he saleing the engine he didn't put in the bike he sold i would love it since he screwed me over with no damn lube number is 469 789 4047
From what I've read it sounds like you bought a half-assed old project from someone else and didn't know what you were getting into. The only person that screwed you IS YOU. When a bike needs a cam-chain tensioner it makes some god-awful noises. Why wouldn't you get that checked out by a mechanic you trust prior to purchase?
yeah true but i would loose my ass man bad. Bike has like a knock noise to it i took the plastics off of it and my guys listened to it from the bottom of the engine to the top also we only heard the noise at the top right side of the engine everything else seemed good no noise at bottom or middle of engine
That's where the noise from cam-chain tensioners come from. How do you know the shop it's at right now isn't screwing you? Instead of selling you a $75 APE tensioner they could be charging you for an unnecessary $750 cyl head "repair."
The seller told you there was a problem up front, you likely heard the problem, and his mechanic told you there was a problem. Now you expect the seller who sold you an old project bike with problems he told you about to help you fix it???
I'm no lawyer, but I wouldn't expect much from a private seller offering no warranty for a bike with problems he told you about up front. Look at it from his perspective. A mechanic told him it needed XYZ, he told you it needed XYZ, you acknowledged it had problem XYZ, you both signed a piece of paper saying so, and you bought the bike. Why would he have any responsibility to help you fix the bike?
Either way, buy the tensioner, install it (outside of removing the fairings the tensioner is two-bolts IIRC) and see what that gets you. It's a helluvalot cheaper to do that than it is to pay a shop to drop the motor, check it out, and re-install it.