It happened last week in my garage. One of my daughters sat on it and down she went. I wasn't there to see it and she wasn't hurt; just very scared. At first glance there was some minimal damage. Dangling turn signal and slight crack in the fairing turn signal hole (already replaced both thanks to quick shipping by Partzilla). The crash bars did their job. Not a scratch anywhere else. I got the bike up and did two laps in the driveway at low speed - not really enough to do a thorough inspection, just wanted to see if anything catastrophic happened. Everything seemed to run fine. I put it up on the stands and it sat there ever since. I did an oil change while I waited for the parts to arrive. Again, everything seemed okay - no funny smells after periodic startups. No visible signs of leaking fluids. Over the weekend I installed the new fairing, turn signal and new GIVI side cases.
Fast forward to today. I took it out this morning for a 10 mile ride and there was a strong smell of something upon startup. Hard to describe it exactly - a combination of burning oil/rich gas or both. Also, when I let it warm up in the garage I noticed a hint of white smoke in the air and as I watched the bike I noticed it was vibrating slightly. There are still no visible leaks anywhere and I did not spill oil that would cause the burning smell or smoke. About four hours after the ride and after letting it cool down, I've noticed condensation in the oil filler window. After doing online searches I've come across recommendations of changing the plugs and air filter in case gas or coolant leaked into the system.
Also, unfortunately, I can see an almost unnoticeable tilt in the handlebar risers (left side down, right side up), unless my eyes are fooling me. The bike didn't wobble or seem out of alignment when I rode it, but the tilt is there.
I'm wondering what the members think in general and if there's anything I should be looking for. More specifically, what is a good online source for the NGK CR9EIA-9 plugs in the manual and what's involved with getting at them (When I do a Google search for ANYTHING Versys related I come up with results that are for the 2014 V or older and not for the 17' that I have)? I have fairly standard automotive tools and I'm thinking I might just take it to the dealership for a thorough inspection in case there's something really wrong.
Edited to add: No engine light on.
Condensation. Could this be from letting the bike idle too long to warm up before a ride, or a short ride on a cold morning?