So it's one of those things you learn after the fact, that I wish I realized ahead of time. The oils screen from the frame tank was super clogged. I didn't realize it exists till I was reading on here. I finally got the bike to run after having other issues I brought up herein other threads. Running fine for a bit, but started to make a bunch if noise. Then died on me and had a hard time restarting. Did the banjo bolt check and had no oil. I was thinking the worst. Today I broke it down and found the cam lobes a but worn and the rocker faces to. When draining the motor nothing really came out, when daring the frame it was all in there. ***! So I took the screen out that I didn't know existed before and it was so clogged oil had a hard time getting thro. So after reading about how resilient these bikes are, I cleaned it all out and put it back together. I spent all the money to fix before so I really couldn't buy more parts right now. After getting it assembled, I fired it up. Started right away, but now it smokes a bit, not extreme But definitely enough to notice. Didn't do that before. So my question is, what is more likely to go first in a no oil situation, the rings or the valve guides. Both were good before this and I think the burning oil is getting in through one or the other. Since it still runs strong, should I say screw it and ride till it dies or shoul I do something now. Oil flowing free now. I think the guide would be the first to go but don't really know. What do you guys think? There was obvious wear on moving parts but no gouging or major scouring. Figure for now gonna ride it out since money is an issue, but is there anything you guys recommend besides another rebuild?