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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-08-2011, 07:19 PM Thread Starter
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My bike was rear ended and lost oil

I was pulling into a gas station and was hit from the rear and i was knocked off and messed the whole left side of my bike and lost about 75% of my oil within 2 mins
I thought my engine might have been cracked but found why i lost most of my oil, the screw actually broke off the other half is still on there. Ill be taking my bike to the dealership once the adjuster comes out. The question is would the bike be totaled out or can it be fixed. its 03 600rr
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totaled lol... OEM fairings are expensive. and any engine damage is automatically totaled typically.

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