Up here in Alaska, we cross streams a lot and they change course and depth almost dialy. I have an '07 that I bought the GYTR kit for. The kit recommends removing the "binoculars" from the airbox and I did. I notice that the bike is very vulnerable to getting water in the airbox. It happens on the WR much more so than my 04 YZ426. After every crossing, I dump the clear plug in the bottom and it nearly always has 1/2" water at the bottom or more. So far there are no adverse effects, just concearn. SO-I put the binoculars back in, maybe fix the water issue, but jetting isn't right and the over-rev I paid for goes away. OR-I try to rig a monstorous snorkle set up. OR-I ignore it. OR-There is someone out there who has faced something similar and and found some other work around. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.