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post #1 of 10 Old 12-13-2019, 02:28 PM Thread Starter
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GSX S1000FA , restoration after crash

hi,
I own gsx-s1000FA 2016 , I did small accident and i need to repir it
I have some questions
1. front wheel , is the same for othe model? i need new wheel
2. Frame , the frame is broken and i need new , what can i do?
3. stator , i need the wheel chain and i dont sure that 12600-40831 is the correct part number

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Roi.
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That bike is scrap metal my friend. I hope you're well, go get a new one.
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What a bummer; as the other comment said, I hope you're alright; just hunt around the bike wreckers and you might get lucky, but there's lots of broken bits, and I presume you didn't have insurance.
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ouuu that bad glad your ok
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Brother, please go to your nearest suzuki dealership they will be able to help you replace the parts
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thanks all , I'm ok , few scratchs
stating to warking on it , doing damage control , will update with the progress.
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Your bike is total loss is the frame is cracked. If you replace the frame it will be a different bike that will need a new registration as the VIN number is on the frame.
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There must be a good story? What caused the frame to crack?

Bikes are expensive, but still a heck of a lot cheaper than major medical bills.
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Just curious as I've never had to deal with it, but can you weld a frame like that? Seems like a nice thin bead across that crack would fix it up. My biggest worry would be that there is more structural damage than just the crack. That front wheel took a nice lick. Forks bent, etc.
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