Can you take apart a ktm 990 head light for cleaning ??? Long story short I tried to cross a massive flash flood and failed... The first one was not so bad. We rode across successfully to a small clearing on the road before the next crossing began, I was in my zone and thought for sure I was going to make it. When I hit the deepest spot where the water was flowing really fast and hard, my back tire slid out from under me, luckily I landed on my feet or I could have been swept off in the nastiest desert flash flood I have ever seen. It was intense to say the least, every time I would move my leg back for leverage so I could bend down to pick up my bike the force behind the water was so incredibly strong that I could not move my leg to get the leverage I needed, it just kept scooting my bike up against my feet every time I would even wiggle a toe. After trying a few times to get my bike up right I knew I had to give up because it had scooted me to close to the edge of the road. So my buddy put his bike on the stand and came running to help me pick it up. We got it up no problem and guided it to the other side of the flood where it fired right up. thank god I did the 2 into 1 exhaust mod because the the other silencer would have been under water, my friend said he could see water rushing over my silencer that it was not filling it up with water. Then we walked back to get his bike, just walking through the flood gave us the worst vertigo it felt like we were walking sideways. my poor poor bike , oh well it was my poor poor judgment that landed me here in this predicament , and this is when an old saying that my dad used to tell me all the time came into my mind,( Well hell if this is the worst thing that happens today we got it made)... and he was right bike ran fine all the way home safe and sound.