Hello all, Firstly, you all have been so very helpful in my DRZ ownership experience. Many thanks. Also, I kinda suck at the proper names for things, so if I don't know I will try to describe it. If this problem hasn't been covered before I'd be surprised, but I couldn't find anything with a search. Am I the first person in history to end up with dirt where the sun don't shine? (Don't answer that.) So my ex-boyfriend crashed my DRZ400S (hence the "ex" part), smashed the clutch cover, and introduced bits of shredded clutch basket and tiny, tiny rocks into the ____ (space filled with oil where the clutch parts go. Right side crank case?). The engine was running for a few second after the crash I think, sucking more crap into her unmentionables. Super. I removed the side cover and, sure enough, there were all sorts of little hard gravelly bits in there and aluminium from the clutch basket. I cleaned what I could, but there are still clearly bits of crap hanging around. Should I remove all those little sprocketty gear things in there for a deeper clean or will that just risk further contamination of the left side? A friend suggested hanging the bike up leaning slightly to the right, and gently spraying kerosene or WD40 into the ____ (previously mentioned clutchy oil compartment area). I was gonna take off the left side cover, but was told not to bother, I wouldn't be able to access much. True? My thought is to keep spraying until the bits are not coming out any more. Then spray s'more while employing an assistant to slowly and carefully hand-crank the engine to listen for cruchy, scrapey noises (this part scares the piss out of me and may be wildly off base. Please save me from myself). Then spray some more. When I am feeling good about the efficacy, pour a bunch of cheap oil through it to make sure it comes out free and clear of debris. Then some more. Only then will I replace the clutch, slap it all back togther, add oil and coolant and cross my fingers. Or just accept the engine is &*#@ed. Thoughts? Comments? Suggestions? Anything would be appreciated.