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To keep it short and to the point, my friend was cut off by some jerk. He had no time to stop so he dumped the bike. See attached pictures of results. (I brightened some pics for better viewing, zoom in)

Problem is HE LOVED THIS BIKE. Put in so much time and effort. I can get her running again. The forks seem good and triple tree not bent. It was not a high speed crash but it did damage because no sliders. My questions for you guys are:

-It is fixable correct?
-What are the exact parts I need for the front head upper cowl area shown? everything came off in crash (see pics)
-The handlebars are flimsy, can that be fixed?


I'm aware of the obvious components such as: new cluster, headlights, tip over sensor. But what else am i missing that's internally in the head?? Is there a diagram someone can post of the inner brackets? (that hold the cluster and stuff in place)

I'm very handy and dedicated I just need the right direction to help my buddy....Thanks so much guys

Please help his rebuild...God Bless you guys
 

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It's as simple as replacing all the broken/bent parts with new parts. Strip it down and rebuild.

If I were your friend tho, I would go streetfighter.

In the head there are just some bearings. Not much to it really.

Edit: did "your friend" get the other guys insurance info? If he cut him off like you say he would be at fault and his insurance should pay out.
 

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If you can get insurance pay out, they'll probably salvage it. Use that money on a new bike. You can certainly fix it but it's time and the money going into it. It's still not guarantee to be the same before the crash.

The top view of the tank, the handlebars look to be bent inward. Seems too many to list here.
 

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No on can tell you what that bikes needs and if it’s fixable by a few crappy pics. At first pass it needs a lot and was already running aftermarket plastic on it so my guess would be this is not the first tine it’s been down.

Insurance should take of it, if you didn’t have insurance, well, lesson learned.

Start taking parts off and compare to a parts microfiche, that way you know what’s broken and what’s not. Look up your model and year bike at an online retailer like RonAyers.com, procaliber.com or bikebandit.com and start at the upper cowl diagram.

Good luck.
 

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From your pictures it seems to me all the missing pieces are scattered around the bike. Simply gather them up, and like a jigsaw puzzle, put them back on the bike.

Glad your friend is ok. You now have a street fighter bike to practice stunts on. Go ham!
 
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