Well I'm still healing from the crash, but in the last two weeks I've been able to really think about this bike and what I want to do with it. Originally I wanted to bring it back to it's nice and shiny factory look... But after waiting a month for a replacement coolant reservoir from partzilla, and finally getting it running I had to make the hard decision to convert it into a "Streetfighter". The reason for the conversion is because simply things on the front end just don't line up, here's a pic of the coolant reservoir which I had to expand the mounting holes on, and even push it a bit to get it to sit properly for a test ride. This was the first purchase because I needed to see if this bike was still road worthy. The deer smashed my front end pretty good. With the reservoir mounted, and fairings removed my brother took her for a spin. Oh yea I didn't mention the right rearset was snapped. He drove her for a good 10 minutes, went through all the gears, and had her up to 60 with one foot dragging haha. I'm glad I have a few brothers to help me out. Since the bike checked out ok mechanically I gave myself the green light to order the necessary parts. The entire headlight assembly was the most expensive. Used, aftermarket, oem, really nothing here was cheap. The problem is the steel brackets and piping that hold the complex front end of the Ninja 1000 together were bent back about 3/4"- 1". I'm not that good with a hammer, and the hundreds of dollars Partzilla wanted was too much for me to merit. So here she is after the crash.