I lifted rhw front end and no beearing play and after a long ride i put my hand where the bearing is and no heat at all, i did notice however that my tire seems to have worn unevenly like minor bumps in the rubber. Im pretty much on the wear bars
Can you look at the date code on the tires? It's a four digit code. I think it's WWYY (Week Year).
What you see is probably cupping. It seems common and it could cause noise, but I'm not sure.
Several things to check: Air pressure, fork oil, disk brake temp, alignment with rear...
The disk brake temp is tricky, you want to see if it's rubbing. If you can lift the front, check the number of spins you can get by hand. Maybe 3 is a good number of spins by hand, IDK? The head bearings should be checked as well.
I'm a big fan of NOT replacing the tire until you've done the fork oil and checked all the bearings. I wouldn't want to get a bad wear pattern on a new tire.
Tires over 3 years are near the limit, 5 is general the max the you should be running. So the date code on the tire should be XX13, XX15, etc...
BTW, when you get a new tire, inquire about the date code, might as will insist on one made this year.
Given that the 919 uses a very common size, it shouldn't be hard to get fresh tires.