Okay, so I know that I'm a dumbazz for tightening the bolt down too much after replacing the shims. The stripped hole in question is the one closest to the front/right (decomp) exhaust valve that uses a locating dowell. Here's my dilemma and question: There are threads still visible in the hole, just deeper than the stock bolt can reach with the holder in place. Knowing that the bolts don't need to have massive amounts of torque on them, would I be safe to TEMPORARILY use a slightly longer bolt that will reach the good threads? I'd like to use the bike this weekend for a quick hillclimbing event. I will be installing a helicoil or timesert into the hole, but I won't have time for it before loading up tomorrow. The bike does run as-is, but I don't want to stress the holder knowing that one of the bolts is only finger-tight. Thoughts?