Ended up just putting a helicoil in it And that worked, started it up again rode for a few days then I started hearing rattling so I stopped riding it and pulled off everything again...... And it turns out all of my adjustment bolts and screws for my valves basically fell off. Anyways I found 4 nuts and 4 bolts but I was missing 6 nuts so pretty much no idea where they went.
down the timing chain well probably you can try a magnet on a stick [may be lucky] or it's a complete engine strip but you must be fairly lucky or the engine would be completely wrecked by now.
Yeah I stopped as soon as I heard the rattling, I pushed it the rest of the way home. Sad thing is I took my Vulcan apart at the same time and did adjustments as well and everything stayed on. So unluckily lucky?
Not too much of a heartbreak if I did destroy it, I didn't spend too much on the thing.
Wonder why it worked on Vulcan and not 500? Easy enough to check calibration.
Well I found out that its 5lbs off, he kind of just left it in my garage for me to use but forgot to tell me. I ended up getting another one from my buddy who does rally stuff and retorqued the Vulcan S with it and it was a bit off so I guess I was just lucky there as well...