I was out ridding the other day on my 2004 yz250f supermoto. After about 20 minutes I pulled off in an area and noticed smoke. There was oil all over the right side of the motor and bike. After getting a buddy to come pick me up I have found that the bridge came loose on the intake cam. It was raised up about 1/8" So the bridge pushed the valve cover up and caused a gap for the oil to shoot out. My question is what do you think would have gotten messed up as a result of that cam being so loose? The cam looks good, but when I re torqued everything all of the valves are now extremely tight. They were in spec a few weeks ago and have only put a few hours on bike since then. Do you guys think the valve springs stretched out since the cam wasn't tight. Any ideas or thoughts are appreciated. Thanks I also just noticed when turning the motor over by hand it makes a bad click/pop noise right before it reaches top dead center.