low sided my 96, gonna need some parts
gpz1100 at comcast.net
Sun Sep 2 21:31:43 PDT 2007
Thanks for the responses guys. I'm actually feeling pretty good all things
considering. After I have full use of my right hand I'm gonna start taking
things apart. I'm not sure what i'm going to do with the front plastics yet
though. Either go stock or do some crazy things to it like projector
headlights or such. We'll see. Money will be the deciding factor.
Thanks for the support.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Don C French" <Dondiego at evansville.net>
To: "Gpz1100" <gpz1100 at comcast.net>
Sent: Monday, September 03, 2007 12:18 AM
Subject: Re: low sided my 96, gonna need some parts
> I know "exactly" how you feel after your mishap.
> Keep the faith and heal quickly.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Gpz1100" <gpz1100 at comcast.net>
> To: <gpzlist at micapeak.com>
> Sent: Sunday, September 02, 2007 12:42 PM
> Subject: low sided my 96, gonna need some parts
> this past monday i low sided my no longer cherry 96 Gpz around an off
> ramp. It was pitch black around a decreasing radius turn, cut it wide and
> got into the loose stuff. Just my own damn dumb fault. Luckily where we
> went off the road was just gravel and wet (slippery) grass. And i had to
> walk a mile to my friends house for a right to teh hospital to check my
> hand out. I'm ok just suffered a bad sprain on my right wrist and minor
> road rash on my left need and some various bruised associated with such a
> tumble. My helmet is a loss (thank god or i wouldnt have a face and my AGV
> jacket did its job and looks like it could do it again. Good thing for
> And i still made my flight on Tuesday to Knoxville for a business meeting,
> damn sore but i was there...
> Now for the bike. the left lower and mid farings are gone. headlight
> assembly is pretty messed up and i might just remove the right lower and
> run it like that. the first thing i need to replace are both handle bars.
> I still have the OEM set up. Also need left foot peg assembly and shift
> lever. Where is the best place to pick up a set?
> Once they are replaced I'll be able to do a better damage assesment
> because i'll be able to move it around easier. Oh yeah I'll need to find
> some of that engine paint. The case isnt cracked but scraped up pretty
> Any help or guidance is greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
> Dave Morgan
> 96 GPz1100
> Scranton PA
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