A Very Bad Night

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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by black-k1 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 11:31 am


Definitely not a good night but you walked away so not too bad either. Walking away is the ONLY important outcome. Bikes can be fixed/replaced, it's much harder with people.
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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by zxhoya » Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:15 pm


Raddy47 wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:53 am
JonTheChron wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:40 pm
Glad your doing OK. It could of have been worse.


I'm also surprised that the repair only totals 2500$. Some dude bumped my bike and it tipped over with minor damage.

I did the repairs myself, the total for the parts were over 5700$
Right side fairings $262, $271, front fairing $290, crushed coolant pipe $170, front wheel $920, front right turn signal $170 That’s all I have ordered for now.

I do need to order right side cornering light which is $400 and right side rear handle bar. That part might not be worth replacing barely scuffed. Clutch cover is $210 and my bar end and brake lever got scuffed but these last parts I listed barely scuffed so they will be last to be replaced.

My order total came to 2,200+ but I got a 10% discount so my total order after tax was $1,927.88

If you include tires the total obviously goes up but it was time to replace them anyways so I’m not throwing that amount in the mix.
Raddy, not being a butt hole, just asking.... Do you have experience in this area as far checking damages after a crash? My main concern is of course the frame.
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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by JustinP » Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:35 pm


Sorry to hear that, but, you walked away and that's all that matters.
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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by Raddy47 » Thu Aug 15, 2019 4:04 pm


zxhoya wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:15 pm
Raddy47 wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 1:53 am
JonTheChron wrote:
Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:40 pm
Glad your doing OK. It could of have been worse.


I'm also surprised that the repair only totals 2500$. Some dude bumped my bike and it tipped over with minor damage.

I did the repairs myself, the total for the parts were over 5700$
Right side fairings $262, $271, front fairing $290, crushed coolant pipe $170, front wheel $920, front right turn signal $170 That’s all I have ordered for now.

I do need to order right side cornering light which is $400 and right side rear handle bar. That part might not be worth replacing barely scuffed. Clutch cover is $210 and my bar end and brake lever got scuffed but these last parts I listed barely scuffed so they will be last to be replaced.

My order total came to 2,200+ but I got a 10% discount so my total order after tax was $1,927.88

If you include tires the total obviously goes up but it was time to replace them anyways so I’m not throwing that amount in the mix.
Raddy, not being a butt hole, just asking.... Do you have experience in this area as far checking damages after a crash? My main concern is of course the frame.
Not an expert by any means but I believe I have checked bike more throughly than most. I’ve got a pretty good eye for bent frames.. dirt bike experience. Checking for cracks and stuff too.

Plenty of experience through others expenses but again I’m not a trained professional at it.
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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by Racer-X » Thu Aug 15, 2019 10:20 pm


Wow I'm really impressed the repair bill is that low
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Re: A Very Bad Night

Post by dieseldad60 » Fri Aug 16, 2019 12:53 pm


Very glad you are ok. Sounds like it was a bit scary but also sounds like you faired well considering. As someone else said, you can order new parts for the bike but not new parts for you :-) .... Everyone on here who has ridden any amount of time has more than likely laid it down at some point.... I know I have.

And thanks for the reminder on the visor ... I do that all the time ... just running to the store, leave it up. Not good... thanks!
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