I was driving through the tropical storm that rollin up the east coast today and I completely misjudged a puddle and my engine stopped (I have a cold air intake and no bypass valve as of yet). I tried to turn it over about 20 times over 20 minutes and it finally started. (i know now that was a stupid thing to do as it may have made it worse). The car did start and was shaking rough for a bit so i let it sit idle for a few minutes then drove it around. It stopped again, and I restarted it and was able to drive it home. The more I drove it the better it seemed to drive although the shifting still seemed to be out of sync. I didnt see any engine smoke, but i did smell some burning oil initially. The brakes also seemed to not be working as well either but that got a little better and better. I'm gonna take it to the dealership to see if there is any damage to the connecting rods or pistons, but if there is damage how much is that to repair or is it not even worth it?