Lol I know it came out like that. I had no idea what it was but since I can't screw the plug back in I think it is safe to say its a mangled helicoil. The o-ring is from my friends compressor tester and I just put it there so it doesn't get lost. That wasn't there before.Man, that doesn't even look like a heli-coil. Why is there an o-ring on that plug?
Good find, but I don't think that would kill the bike. Hopefully when you get it repaired it will be better though.
Honestly, I think your right about it not being the issue. I say this because I have a dumb friend that rode his bike to help me out a while back and he asked me for tools to unplug one of his spark plugs on purpose. I thought he was joking but he actually disconnected one plug on his 4 cylinder and rode home like that. His genius reasoning by the way was that he wanted to have pops in his exhaust from the unburnt fuel from that one cylinder. Now as crazy as he is, his bike did have a nice pop on decelerations and it rode fine without cutting off. (He doesn't ride like that always just that ride home, hopefully) Granted he has a newer bike that is fuel injected but it still makes me wonder if the issue I am having is related to the helicoil or not. Like you said, we will find out soon.