That was just the beginning. One new engine, 2 throttle bodies and numerous bits and parts later....one break down after another. That bike left me stranded more times than ide like to admit. Like I said, those that know me know the story.
It was cursed.....
With that kind of stuff coming out it should not be ridden. Damage may be limited at this point, wiping out the whole engine is not going to make things better. Pulling the pan is a first step and a full on inspection. Then decisions made from there.
While not the same magnitude, I got a bicycle like that. Full. suspensions, about $1200 which was a bit deal for me. I think everything but the frame wound up getting replaced on it (mostly under warranty, phew). It was a royal pain taking it to the dealr and picking it up each time trying to time between rides (it was my main summer mode to work)
Once I got it sorted it was a reliable steed. So there is always a calculation if you have it sorted and worth keeping.
Bless the bike shop, when the forks had to go in a couple of times they put on a spare set, not as good but did the job while the factory worked on the originals.
What I don't get is the expectation of a better outcome with the move to an older Ural.