So if the starter is drawing too much power should I replace it? I can look at it and tell it's really old. I've also been having issues starting the bike up any time I go somewhere and park it. Are you saying the bike can over heat or the starter can overheat?
Should check some things first, but yes, a bad starter should be replaced or rebuilt if possible. Sometimes the armature is too worn for a rebuild.
AGM type or wet cell battery, it makes a difference on this bike.
What is the battery voltage at rest, and during cranking? Low volts during cranking will cause hard starts.
Would need an amp draw test on the starter to know for sure.
If the starter is worn, it can make more heat due to drawing more amps, the battery cable and the battery itself can also get hot to the point of permanent failure. The engine won't overheat.
In the starter, bushings, bearings, brushes, and the armature can all wear and cause high amp draw, lack of cranking power, or no crank at all.