I did some keyword searches and didn't come up with any answers, so here is my problem: We had been riding for a couple hours and were on the way back to the pickups, so I had already bombed this muddy ditch once before no problems. Just as I got to it, second gear high revs, pulled it back into a wheelie and dropped the rear tire into the ditch. Noticed what was wrong right then as the rut that I took (pickup and jeep ruts) this time turned to the left instead of a straight shot through. I lost it. Bike went right, I bailed to the left. The bike flipped and spun a couple times (the guys I was riding with said three or four) and came to rest and stalled now, I picked it back up, tried to kick it... nothing. Not a problem, probably flooded. Pull the decompression lever to kick it over a few times and clean it out... and... solid as a rock. Without the decomp lever pulled in it would kick like normal. But pull the decomp lever, and you would have been better off trying to kickstart a concrete block any ideas on what could have caused this/solution to the issue? another problem I had was stalling at the top of a huge hill run, but I'm sure thats just the stock carb problems. sorry for being so long winded.