Any tips on getting my swamped bike back into action? BACKGROUND - I just got my first 4-stroke, went for ride this wknd, and swamped the thing (tipped over in a creek). It appears the engine sucked in some creek water (air box and intake were dirty). I have not started it since (I tried 50+ kicks and pull start attenpts twice on the trail). Since home I cleaned the air box, intake, and carb, and changed the oil and filter. The oil that came out looked like chocolate milk, and there was definatly some water and dirt in it (filter was dirty and has been replaced). QUESTION? - CAn I just put new oil in and try starting it, or should I take the valve covers off and try to clean out the rest of the stuff? I was unable to warm up the bike prior to oil change, so I'm sure there is plenty of dirty stuff in nooks and crannies. I'm hoping frequent oil changes will help clean out the "nooks" out over time. HOw bad is sucking creek water through the motor? Am I done?