Not good. This is a picture of my exhaust. It was only running for about 45 seconds. To make a long story shorter than it could be, the idiot (a quad guy, not me) that was driving home from a track wasn't paying attention to his task at hand, and veered off the road, hitting some major bumps in the gravel, which in turn caused my bike to launch off the trailer and onto the highway at about 50mph. Cosmetically, not a lot happened to my surprise. Shaved one end of the bars and a footpeg. No scratches on the plastic. It also bent, but didn't break, my ASV clutch lever. Anyways, once I got home I started it, and boom, the exhaust turned bright red almost immediatly. I shut it down right away. The next day I called some people to get opinions. The most common was gasoline in the oil. So I dropped the oil, added new stuff, checked all my fluids, etc etc. I also changed the coolant. I got my camera out, just in case, and started it up. The following picture is after about 45 seconds of runtime. I was hoping, and still am hoping, it is something simple. Maybe gas in the oil is still the problem? Anyone have any ideas? It is going into the shop tomorrow. It is a 2004 YZ450F. WB Carbon Pro Exhaust and PEK performance carb. Just so you have that info.