Fixed! See my last post for details, if interested. This is kinda complicated. Yesterday I was riding thru a parking lot when the passenger of a van stepped out almost in front of me. I stopped, and just as I started up again, his buddy stepped out directly in front of me from the driver's side. I was going maybe a half mph, but I hit the front brake to keep from hitting him, and the bike went over on the right side. A couple of guys saw me fall, and helped me get the bike up again. At that point, I tried to start it (03 FLTR), and it kicked right over and then died almost instantly. As if the kill switch had been pushed. I repeated this exercise several times: start, run half a sec., and die. Each time the oil pressure guage showed over 30. Also, the check engine light was staying on. After about 5 or 6 minutes of not doing anything with the bike (I was arguing with the guy who walked in front of me, I tried to start it again, and this time the engine check light went off, and the bike started right up. I rode home, and then went on a few errands, with the bike running fine, except that the engine light came on after starting, and then went off again. I learned that this was an "historic code" and that eventually it would self cancel or I could take it in to have the code cancelled. The other thing that happened, and I don't think I'm imagining it, is that there is MUCH more of what sounds like hydrolic lifter noise for the first couple of minutes of running. The Harley manual says that there will be some lifter noise, as the oil circulates, but it seems to be very much noisier than before I dropped it. I can't imagine what damage I could have done by laying the bike over; it just lay down. There was virtually no forward movement at all. And no damage to plastics. Could this be related to the start/stop business? Or is it all in my head? I haven't had the bike very long, so I haven't been attuned to all it's noises and such. I've spent the past few hours pouring over this site, like a good noob, but other than finding out about the historic code light, I haven't seen anything similar. Any thoughts would be helpful, and my apologies in advance for such a long post. Added: The wife just listened to it, and she agrees that the clatter is much louder. But it does go away within 2-4 minutes.