Hi all! I recently had a crash on my beloved Bandit. Some idiot did not stop at a red light (happens often here in Cambodia) and I screwed up my panic stop. It was wet and my front wheel locked up. The rest is a bit blurry, but the bike basically fell on its right side. I was going around 30 to 40 KM/H. Did not impact another vehicle. My helmet is basically destroyed, and visor popped out. My right shoulder has a massive road rash, as well as my two hands. I was lucky. Damage: - Bent radiator - Destroyed exhaust - Broken right passenger peg - Broken front right turn signal - Scratched up right crankcase cover - Slightly bent handlebars - Broken front fairing Now, I live in Cambodia, where parts are rare, just like good mechanics. I ordered all the required parts from BikeBandit, they should be here shortly. I also repaired the fairing and repainted it, looks like new. After making sure the radiator was still working (fan turns itself on) I took the bike for a spin. Immediately, I noticed that the steering was off. Going straight, it's slightly wobbly. Leaning into a turn, it's stiff and heavy. Going out of a turn, it tends to overcompensate: goes straight but I have to make some input to stop the bike from leaning to the other side. There's a slight tendency for the bike to go to the left. I have the following question: What could cause these symptoms? Bent fork? It was a low-inpact crash. I basically fell from the bike, but did not crash *into* something. As far as I can see, the fork is straight. Could it be the front wheel? The tyres? Could the crash have put the triple tree out of alignment? I can't see anything abnormal. Any suggestions appreciated. Thanks!