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2012 Cbr 250r abs lowside 😞

Hi all, recently started out riding. Had a little accident after my first 1000km and low sided probably going around 40kmh.

The rear tail light shattered and the rear fender with the turn signals got bent up. I decided to replace the rear fender with a hot bodies fender eliminator kit however the bolts don’t line up flush with the kit. Is that rear flat part supposed to bend down like that?

My question is, is my rear subframe bent and if so what are my optionS?
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Hi AfricanHalo and welcome to the forum.


I've not been in such a situation yet but if there is a possibility that the frame is bent I would take the bike to a (good) repair shop and have it checked.

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