Dumped my 06 !200GS going across a small creek last weekend. Landed heavy in some rocks on the left side. Bent the HB crashbar back into the left valve cover cracking it open. Immediately started making this odd clicking noise until I could shut it down. Trucked it home and started disassembling the left head. When I removed the busted valve cover I found that the intake valves were partially open even at TDC.:eek1 Closer examination showed why, (sorry OCD got the better of me and I didn't take any photos while tearing things apart); the intake valve pushrod had fallen out of position and was now jammed crooked between the cam follower and the rocker arm. As result it took off a little bit of head material at the rocker end and left a circle of divots in the follower bottom.:huh The pushrod head had one small blemish on it, nothing on the rocker. Its on the right side of the rod lying half way on the blue towel, towel end. Questions: Can I put things back together and write if off as just a fluke inertial thing causing the rocker to have moved too far out due to the left side crash or is something else wrong to have allowed this to happen? Can I reuse these parts or do I need a new pushrod and follower? I will clean up the burrs on the head before reassembling. Finally, should I take off the head and check the valves and piston, or am I basically at the point where if those are shot I'm calling up the insurance?