Yeah, assy price they're listing is $650 but they're adding almost the same in fees and other stuff.
But most importantly... The bike was in working condition when I took it there! And from the images, it looks like they tried gluing it together
First I would ask them why they broke it, it would be impossible for you ride it like that. That is under pressure from the fuel pump. Key it on and see how much fuel spews out. Those people didn't know what they were doing, you never remove that end of the fuel line , they probably idin't know how to release it properly at the tank. Sounds like a very crooked bike shop, as to warranty, good luck it getting that done, most dealerships don't warranty unqualified peoples damage, warranty is for defective parts. It was fine until someone F**K with it.
This is a photo from my valve shim thread, notice the angle of the fuel line, only way to break that is by forcefully removing the fuel tank.
Here is a rare photo , as I initially purchased a Kawi fuel extension, in this photo I did remove the fuel line at the TB, what a PITA, it is female both ends
I then created this;
My best advice is even if you are removing the TB , remove the fuel line after and use vaseline on the bung.
Also I have seen a 5/16 male female fuel extension in China, when I looked again I couldn't find it. Once you follow my post on TB sync bringing out the vacuum lines, no need to ever remove the gas tank again.