My experience is the insurance company estimator will price the job based on replacing all impacted parts with brand new parts from Kawasaki and dealer labour costs. As a result their estimated cost of repair is always much higher than if you did it yourself with used parts sourced from salvage yards, forums like this one and Ebay and supplied your own labour and the likely hood of a write off is great with any kind of damage. Also you can always repair even heavily damaged fairings with Plastex and paint vs buying new expensive ones. IF you think you can repair a written off bikes with only bolt on parts replacement and fairing repair it may be a deal to purchase back as long as there is no frame, engine or fork damage.
I have a set of hardly used stock mirrors if you are looking for replacements.
Last edited by twowheels; 08-24-2015 at 10:55 PM.