(Model: 2010 R1200GS, DOHC engine!) Hi. Last weekend I decided that for a full review of my new Micatech V-Pilot boxes I needed to dump the bike on top of one, so I put the GS on the side stand while on a downhill slope and left it alone, running, to walk away and see what happens ... Hmmm, maybe not exactly like that. I was just brain dead and did what I described but more to help my wife getting out of a bad situation in a u-turn: narrow road, a deep rut in the road where she got stuck with her bike blocking the whole lane. Bummer, I ran over there, heard her screaming over the intercom, didn't understand a word, just "Nooooo", then she pointed and I saw my bike lying on the side. Hmpf. Okay, so what. It's a GS. Initial damage review: 1) Left front signal popped out of the stalk, stalk popped out of the frame part that's holding it. Nothing dramatic, opened the signal, unscrewed the stalk, popped everything back into place, no harm done. 2) Scratched: GSA windshield, left winglet, left handguard, left valve cover. Now the bad one though: 3) I used just the OEM valve cover guards and the left one got pushed in badly. It cut the plastic cover that protects the underside assembly of the head a little bit, bent out of shape to I had to bend it even more to unscrew it. Underneath I found some oil. Not good. What I found out so far is that it's leaking tiny amounts of oil at the valve cover bolts. Haven't had a chance to take them off yet, the bike got me another 200 miles home, no serious oil loss. About a drop for each 50 miles. Less than what the beast burned through the first 1000 miles ... Now, my questions: a) I assume I can take the valve cover off without draining the oil first, right? b) What can I expect to find? What would make the thing leak along the bolts? c) What parts should I have handy when doing this (gaskets, ...)? d) What is the torque spec for 2010 R1200GS DOHC engine valve cover bolts? Thanks for all your help! Much appreciated!