Just got back from a great weekend in Glamis...Bike has been running great (love the WB pipe, definite improvement)...Almost always starts first kick (with one quick flick of throttle before) unless hot start is needed...When it's really hot it takes 3-6 kicks, but it's usually just me trying to figure out what it wants (a little gas, no gas, or hot start)... So in Glamis my girlfriend slightly roosted me (on accident) as I was filling my gas tank...It's possible that a slight amount of sand got into the tank...This happened the last day and not much riding was done afterwards...Should I flush the tank even though it would be a very minimal amount of sand in it? Below is the pic of my slightly modified new bike...WB Alum ProII, ASV, Ironman sprockets 13/49, DID 520MX gold chain, DeCal Gripper sticker kit, Light Speed carbon fiber frame guards (had them Rhino lined)... Waiting on Eline Carbon fiber heat shield for the WB pipe, and Carbon fiber skid plate (I like the way it comes up higher to protect the case, is one piece with a waterpump guard and ignition case guard, and is molded to the frame)...And I'm going to send the carb out to Zip-Ty as soon as there's a week I won't be riding it (no rush as I'm happy with the stock jetting)... Cheers!