It probably wasn't warm enough. The oil temperature has to be over 270-306 degrees F. before the fan will kick on. The oil temperature has to go over 378-414 degrees F. before the oil temp light will come on.I decided to let it run for about 15 mins to see if the fan would kick on or if the oil light would light up. Neither did and the engine did get quite hot, although I'm not sure just how hot is hot on one of these bikes.
I've never tried it, but Hondabond might temporarily keep the valve cover from leaking. It wouldn't hurt anything to try. Just put some Hondabond on the gasket areas where the rubber O-rings are and tighten down the other bolt. Also, put some around the stripped bolt and put it down into the bolt hole and let it all dry good before running the engine. I don't like the idea of using silicone on the engine, because it can break loose on the inside and stop the oil pump up. I've actually had that to happen once.Also there is a slight oil leak in the valve cover where it seems the shop stripped one of the valve adjuster cap bolts, can this be just sealed temporarily with high temp silicone on the outside or do I really need to helicoil the stripped bolt hole right now?