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I fell on my 1997 honda cbr1100xx and damaged the frame section that holds the speedometer, headlight and upperfairing in place. Would it be wise to have the upper cowl bracket welded back onto the frame or to replace the bike. I would rather be safe than hurt. Please give me some sound advice. I would rather get advice from experts than from someone who wants to make a buck.
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Youi woulkd do well to seek the local "guy". Just about everywhere has a guy who does high quality welding as a side to other pursuits who will do the job right and take his or her time. You didnt list your location so it is hard to recomend anything, but there are literally thousands of real artists who will charge a fair price and do a quality and safe job. Ask around at the bike shop, they know where to find him...(they probably use him and would send your bike there anyway)