I've been quietly working away on my cb350 this morning, and have come up with a question that only the infinite wisdom of this board can answer. After I set my tensioner/valves/points, I buttoned up the side covers and put some oil in the beast. I then loosened up the bolt on the cam cover and turned the motor over, expecting a tidal wave of oil to seep out of the fore mentioned bolt. Instead, there was nothing. I noticed that my book says to check it with the bike running, but it sure seems like I should have some pressure just cranking it with the starter. I even poured a little bit of oil into the bolt hole in an attempt to prime it somewhat, but it's a no-go. I lubed the top end when I assembled the motor, but some oil circulation before I fire it up would make me feel a whole lot better. Help?