sorry i didn't get to have any input but good to see you got things back running smooth ...hope you enjoy many of rides with the honda!
only thing i would be concered with is that you are too tight....yes your valves are quiet but thats because you are to tight your rockers cannot slam around and make the valve noise especially with new valves they will start to wear into the head next thing you know your valves will not be closing and they will be burnt before you break your rebuild in......they wont get any tighter during break in except that you have new valves in an old head so they have to mesh together and break in to each other and i dont think there just isnt enough clearance right now to do that......im almost dead sure you are supposed to be .006 intake and exaust (maybe talk to your local honda dealer) i find if you use the honda timing marks they are always loud and the screwdriver never lies so i would go to that setting your valves the same way using a screwdriver to find your tdc and come your first or second service set them again just to be sure and you will be good to go from there you should reset your valves to spec (if im wrong on .006 someone please chime in) as you are running them too tight a loose valve is a power valve......to tight will cause damage if they stop closing completely.....burnt valves valve seals etc. but the important part congrats on getting er going glad i could help outOk so today i got all my parts in and put back on. I was able to use the old fashioned method to get to tdc. I found our from the guy at RPM Motorsports that I was seeing the valves too high thus the chatter. I rest to his recommended 0.002(loose) for intake and 0.003(right) for exhaust and she is pouring like a kitten. Me and my son rode all over today and he really likes pulling wheelies...small ones of course. Thanks for all of y'all who helped me out, especially narfbrain!