Least annoying way is to load it up with a full synthetic motorcycle oil and see if the synthetic can clean it out. Synthetic is more detergent and can clean out lifters. Make sure you use a motorcycle-rated synthetic oil to avoid poisoning the clutch - must say 'JASO MA' or 'JASO MB' on the bottle.
Failing that - take off the cam cover and tear down the top end to remove the hydraulic cam tappets. Any of them that have been stuck or sticky should be easily detected. You can then follow one of several methods on the internet to clean them.
I'm not saying it's chain driven. I think it can be the lower chain to the stator, or my clutch, or a bearing. My motorcycle has been randomly running out of battery.
I just took a video but my phone won't let me post. I'll post when I get to a computer
They're listed as obsolete parts in most Honda databases, but that doesn't mean they're not available. Many dealers think it does, but it doesn't. They need to run a dealer search to find them but most dealer drones don't know how to run them.
Finally opened up the original engine and I found out I need a "black" bearing. Can't find any anywhere but I still have good bearings on my other engine. But that one has no stamp. How do I tell by the code on the bearing what type they are
The color code is on the side of the bearing or the edge of the bearing, not the big top or bottom bearing surfaces. Get the manual from the above link (it's not mine) and look at Section 12, which starts on page 165 of the PDF file. The information as to which color bearing you should select starts on page 12-6 or 171 and runs through 12-9/174.
I'm not sure where you're located. If you're in or near a big city, just bring them in to a bearing supply. I've had good luck with all kinds of bearings. Bicycle, skateboard, and for motorcycle wheels.