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How can i tell if my front forks are bent?

s*anc520 said: I hit a car yesterday going about 15-25mph everything looks good to the eye but how can i be sure? Thinking i just need a new ram air tube,fairing stays and plastics

Q*ick10 said: A couple of easy no cost ways are to put a laser level on them, take them off and roll them on a flat surface. More precise would be to take the bike to a shop and have it computracked. They can check the frame as well as it might be slightly tweaked.

P*op said: Riding it will sometimes reveal problems you can't see (if it can still be ridden).

S*lo-Six said: A couple of easy no cost ways are to put a laser level on them, take them off and roll them on a flat surface. More precise would be to take the bike to a shop and have it computracked. They can check the frame as well as it might be slightly tweaked. If a ZX10 takes frame damage at 15 MPH I am switching to Honda NOW... But i am quite certain there is none.. I lowsided my 04 10R and it slid nose first into a telephone pole at 75 MPH - shattered the nose and headlight assembly and guess what "NO FRAME DAMAGE" ... dudes already freaking out man .. why would you even go there :bs:

Q*ick10 said: If a ZX10 takes frame damage at 15 MPH I am switching to Honda NOW... But i am quite certain there is none.. I lowsided my 04 10R and it slip face first into a telephone pole at 75 MPH and guess what "NO FRAME DAMAGE" ... dudes already freaking out man .. why would you even go there :bs: WTF dude...He wanted to know how to check and I told him. I didn't say his frame was damaged but how to check and see if it was. 1st gen zx10s are prone to frame cracks in the welds. 15-25mph is still a cosiderable amount of force on a frame. Why would you even suggest that there isn't any damage? Are you willing to accept the cosequences if he has frame damage and rides that bike? :bs:

S*lo-Six said: I hit a car yesterday going about 15-25mph everything looks good to the eye but how can i be sure? Thinking i just need a new ram air tube,fairing stays and plastics Are you insured ? its a pretty good chance they are bent . only chance you have is if you were lucky enough to have bailed on the evasion of impact and let off the front brakes .. if the brakes were not applied at impact that would allow the impact energy to disburse evenly among the front forks . keeping them applied would isolate the energy to impact point and downward due to the geometry of the noose dive . path of least resistance formula.. it really doesn't take much .. the good news is that you can get a complete unbent set off of ebay that just needs seals for 200.00 pair easy .. if your insured and they are bent "upgrade" to race tech inners.. an oem new replacement is really close to cost of racetech guts

S*lo-Six said: WTF dude...He wanted to know how to check and I told him. I didn't say his frame was damaged but how to check and see if it was. 1st gen zx10s are prone to frame cracks in the welds. 15-25mph is still a cosiderable amount of force on a frame. Why would you even suggest that there isn't any damage? Are you willing to accept the cosequences if he has frame damage and rides that bike? :bs: well hell if you put it like that ...jesus ... guess i would have to agree ... better safe than sorry ...:+2: i was looking at it differently i guess :dontknow:

R*cejunkie05 said: Top it out and see how it feels! thats usually the best test. :crackup::lol: but on a serious note goodluck with getting everything checked out. i cant imagine the frame would be bent but im no expert. keep us updated!

S*lo-Six said: Top it out and see how it feels! thats usually the best test. :crackup::lol: but on a serious note goodluck with getting everything checked out. i cant imagine the frame would be bent but im no expert. keep us updated! me neither .. but i dont count the triple clamp as "Part of the Frame"

m*tyaz said: take the tubes of and roll them on the table top. It kinda depends where you hit it. if you ran into it with your front wheel (which is probably the most likely scenario) then you can easily have bent forks. but if you hit the thing with your nose, then forks are likely fine. i really doubt that the frame is bent in either case, but if unsure then check it out. Like somebody has already suggested, taking it to 150+ mph speeds should reveal any problems :lol::lol:

h*llsrazor said: Ok, let me say this from personal experience. If it is rideable, take it out for a slow ride. Sweep it left and right. If it feels off (as in something just don't feel right) then chances are they are bent. But if it feels good to ya, its more than likely fine. The frame on these suckers are tuff. I will vouch for that first hand. If they are bent, like they said before me. Forks can be bought for around 2 bills. I did.

t*sos said: The speed is irrelavant. The chances are less yes, but it's not a rule. The frame can bent in such speeds. In fact in low speed crashes the frame takes a bigger hit if it passes/misses through the wheel/forks. I can show you pics of a zx12 crashed at 45kph, the frame is cut in half....If you stop on a car at 20mph and the forks are not bent, where has the impact force gone? What i personally do, i remove the forks rotate them and see if they are bent. If not i put them back. I remove the wheel and rotate it alone on its shaft, seeing if it rotates staright, same with the rotors. After putting them all back i check if the bike goes straight. On to the frame: Turn your steering full left, measure the gap to the tank, repeat on the left. It should be the same i.e. 3 fingers. If not something is bent. Check the spacing on both sides between the gas tank and the frame, are they the same? The tank follows the same gap to the frame from back to front. Is it ok? Remove the front tank bolts and try to put it back again, does it go ok without forcing it? Check for small cracks on the gas tank paint. When you ride the bike, it feels strange, as in shorter or whatever? Good luck !!!

s*anc520 said: thanks for the info guys and i only had liability im young and insurance was way to much for FULL but wished i had paid that full coverage now!!!

S*lo-Six said: thanks for the info guys and i only had liability im young and insurance was way to much for FULL but wished i had paid that full coverage now!!! Hey ..Let us know how it turns out .... Maybe take it for a slow ride to like 60 and let go of the bars .If it veers either way I would say yes they are bent .. But alignment could also cause that condition .. which I think both involve you loosening the triple nut on top:dontknow: I know I just did my seals and they are still leaking ... Has me worried mine are bent .. I just bought the bike and when i had it tore down i noticed a plastic weld on my left side which makes me fear bent forks. But I have had mine up to 185 and no weird anything except a lurking vibration inside the damper