I can't hear the sound you describe, but put a drop of oil on the end of the crutch in the loop where the pendulum leader goes and see if it quiets the noise.Well, this clock is exasperating. I went out to start working on the beat. Hung the pendulum, gave it a push, and ten minutes later it is still running. I took another video, with sound, so you can see the beat and hopefully hear the tick tock sounds. It does not sound off to me, but there is another noise. Sounds like something rubbing. It could be the lever coming off the escape wheel. I'm trying to figure out a way to track it down and will report when I figure it out.
You are getting decent recoil (overswing), and the beat is not too bad. Ideally, the escape wheel should advance the same amount on each tick when the drops are equal and the clock is inbeat.
I would do nothing more at this time except let it run until you are sure that every wheel in the time train has twice turned 360 degrees. This will help eliminate the possibility of a bent tooth, bent pivot, or bent arbor down in the train that only causes a tight spot in one place.
You still need to replace that EW bushing. 1/3 the pivot diameter is too loose for an escape wheel.