First, I wanted to thank everyone for their help in trying to figure out what exactly was wrong with my front brakes.
Second, well after 15+ hours of leaning over the brakes to find out what is going on I figured it out. It was a stupid pinhole in the master cylinder that was clogged. The return hole that I didn't know what their was clogged close. I went to a used parts place and got a new (used) one for $60, pretty good deal. I opened up the top cap and realized that there is supposed to be two small holes in bottom, not one! So I cleaned out the new one really well, took out the old one and bleed the brakes. 250 miles and no pressure build up. But......it appears as though the pads are riding against the rotor, I know there supposed to a little bit, but their riding on it enough to heat up the rotor a bit when I ride. Is this normal? Should it be like this? I don't want to waste my gas if the pads on the rotors are slowing my bike down. I mean the bike coasts, but not as good as some of my other bikes. But I've never ridden a V-Twin, Shaft before either. Is this normal? How far can you coast? I just want to make sure nothing else is going to go wrong with the brakes.
Thanks again guys and girls!