My last blown head gasket forged combustion gases into the cooling system. Would spew out the overflow, but never steamed from the exhaust or entered the oil system.
hopefully it's not the case in wolfs situation but very possible if he overheated the bike. Wolf, you can always to do a pressure test of your engine before you get the leak down tester. Get a hose end from the compression tester, screw it into the spurk plug, put the engine into TDC and keep it there with a breaker bar. Make sure to have someone hold the breaker bar or tie it securely so it won't move once you apply the air pressure. Again, secure the bar so it doesn't hit you in your nuts/head etc, very important. Connect the hose to your compressor with about 100 psi. Again, make sure that your bar is not about to whack you. Once pressure applied, look for signs of escaping air. Coolant bubbling in your radiator, air coming out of the oil fill hole - warped head/blown head gasket. Tailpipe - exhaust valve/seat, cylinder head gasket, cylinder head. Throttle body, intake, or air filter - intake valve/seat, cylinder head gasket, cylinder head. Radiator - cylinder head gasket, cylinder head PCV, Breather, or other crankcase opening - piston rings, cylinder wall, piston, cylinder head gasket, cylinder head. Outside - spark plug, cylinder head gasket, cylinder head, DI fuel injector