Just how every bike in the world should be, I have a pretty hard time working the stupid, (all down system) that we have in Pakistan.
You should have got allen head screws for the engine firstly they look great, secondly they are very hard and long life and thirdly you dont need an impact driver to do and undo.
All screws would have cost Rs 200-250 at max.
my experience with front fork legs (stanchions) while repairing my Yamaha RX115 was quite irritating, I could not find any sort of good condition fork legs, the ones that were passed as "zabardast" even by pro shops could not seal the 10W30 oil as recommended by Yamaha. So I had my set hard chromed at an industrial chroming place, it cost me Rs 4400/- for them but they were layered with it and then ground dead zero again, They came out far far better than even the original new ones that Yamaha provided, I put them on filled with correct oil and protected them with a couple of genuine quality gaiters on the exposed stanchions. The result was absolute perfect road holding capability under any situation, if you saw it from another bike or car you could see them constantly working to smooth out the road, It also helped in aggressive acceleration as it prevented wheel lift.
I used to follow a regimen of changing fork oil every year, and made sure that the gaiters were always clean.