Hey guys. I'm a proud owner of my first four stroke bike. I bought an '01 yzf426 a few nights ago. The guy I bought it from did a fairly lousy job explaining the starting procedures to me and after I got it home and off the truck I did a world class job of flooding the hell out of it and fouling the plug. Well needless to say I had to tear it down a bit and cleaned the carb and put in a new CR8EK plug and finally got it started. After watching several YouTube videos over and over that is. The problem now is that when I rode it for the first time today and finally parked it after an hour, I was getting a puddle of yellowish milky oil from the breather hose that goes from the cam cover on top of the engine. The bike ran amazingly strong by the way with no indication of any issues. Is it possible that fuel made its way past the rings and mixed with the oil since I had flooded it so badly? The oil on the dipstick now has a yellowish green tint and smells like straight gasoline. If so could I get away with just changing the oil and keeping an eye on it? I'm positive the top end is new with an hour on it when I bought it so I don't wanna start tearing it apart to replace a head gasket that may not be bad. I'm hoping to chalk it up to my own stupidity when I screwed up the starting procedures. Thanks for any help guys!!!!