Hi all. I love this forum and the caring advice given out. I took delivery of an immaculate red 02 a few weeks ago. Awesome bike, micron exhaust, pc111, mra screen. Now for the BAD news....I've dropped it, already....stupid,stupid,stupid,stupid mistake. Over balanced at walking pace. Went to put rh foot down on footpath, the ground was lower then I expected. Down my beautiful, immaculate baby went. In front of my girlfriend and her 3 kids....Super embarrassing, and stupid. To make it worst, it was on an exposed agrigate concrete driveway. Really sharp stones! So the damage is scratched rh and upper fairing, dented and creased tank (from the rh fairing), scratched mirror and bar end. The rearmost fairing bolt has cracked through the fairing and bent the bracket. Where the bolt normally goes through the part of the fairing (bolt recess) has half broken away, leaving about a 5mm gap, angled. I can't flex it back to where it should be, and therefore can't glue/weld it back together. My question is...should I use heat (butane solder gun) or chemical (nail polish remover) to get it back where it should be? Then I can fix it with either glue or weld? How do I make it plyable for a few seconds? I'm not too worried about paint at this stage, but I do want to be able to fix and secure the fairing. Don't think any lesser of me, but I have used nail polish to fix stone chips in the past with reasonable effect. The plan with probably be to get a Chinese fairing and tank cover kit from these guys Wholesale Vfr800 2002- - Buy Cheap Vfr800 2002- from Chinese Wholesalers | DHgate And leave the fixed fairing in the shed, once I get it painted. Any advice greatly accepted. Cheers guys, Antics.