I rode in the Rock Hound Rally here in Ontario last summer, and about 5 minutes before the end of the ride I started to hear noise in the top end. The camshaft and rocker arms are toast. What could be the cause of this? I don't understand why it would overheat like it did. Everything was gone over and checked before the ride. When the bottom banjo bolt is loosened and the bike is kicked over oil comes out real fast, but when doing the same with the top bolt it seems like a lot less comes out. I took a spare oil line, cut the middle out, welded two hose barbs on and have a piece of braided stainless hose to put in. I was planning on opening up the banjo bolts but have been reading on here that it might not be a good idea. It was actually suggested to me by a bike mechanic who said they open up the lines to the top end on harley's. I realize changing things are going against a long track record with these bikes, I just don't want to replace the cam and rocker arms and have it happen again.