The log shows that a number of structure sectors did not copy, because they couldn't be read (from the damaged disk) during the cloning. As such I don't think that a repair will get you the right results. Also, there are some indications that it's going to be tricky to find out which structures were of which type, so rebuilding them will be difficult. Given how things have gone sofar I'm not comfortable with the idea that you are going to let DiskPatch loose on this disk. You've worked hard to come this far, the cloning took a lot of time, so we need to be careful here not to damage or alter the cloned disk.
With all this in mind my advice would be to install iRecover and attempt a recovery of files from the cloned disk.
Make no mistake: this is a conventional way of doing things; clone a bad disk and then recover files from the cloned disk. Repairing a cloned disk with DiskPatch is not often the right way because of the information that has been lost during the cloning (because of bad sectors on the original disk). So in all you are still on target for a hopefully successful recovery.
what do you mean by clone gaps? is it because of something I did wrong?
Gaps are the areas that have not been cloned because they could not be read from the original damaged disk. So some areas on the target disk are blank because of this. If these now blank areas are part of a partition structure there's no way that the cloned disk can be repaired. It has nothing to do with what you did, it's a result of the original disk going bad.
Please note that the working day here is coming to an end. If you have more questions, speed things up. If not, download and install iRecover and get going with the file recovery. As stated earlier, you'll need a working windows and the cloned disk connected as a secondary disk. Consider purchasing the license right away, this allows you to get started with the recovery right away if iRecover finds the files (you won't have to re-run the analysis after you have activated the trial version). There's a discount for buying both products (DP and iRecover) at the same time but we'll work this out later, don't worry about that now. We're a very consumer friendly company.