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Could easily be a lot worse...no broken body parts (you can't buy those on ebay). Unless I have to replace my helmet, I might get out of this for under $100 and some labor.
Ahh the issues associated with tinkering...
1) Taking the stock rear shock was insanely hard. So many weird clearance issues and tight as hell bolts. Got it off.
2) Clearance issues suck. Bike had vortex lowering links on it and was lowered by 2 inches. There's a hole for stock, but it hits underneath the bikes so I can't use it. Bought a set of stock dogbones for cheap.
3) Bolt for the zx10r shock has thread that's a bit too long. I'll need to grab a washer so I can have adequate clearance relative to the dogbones.
This has been a helluva ordeal and the rear shock swap is supposed to be the easy part. Lol.
I don't even want to think about the headaches the front end swap will bring.
That's just for the R model. This is the standard Thruxton