Hi All, Today I inspected a aussie spec 1997 cbr250rr with 49000kms on it. On arrival it is evident the bike has been looked after or so it seems. The paint is really nice and looks really clean. The tyres are good and everything looks in order however there are two things i have noticed 1) When riding it pulls to the right and when i move to the let it swings right even more. The bike has been dropped on the left hand side so i not sure if this is the cause. Does anyone know the general reason why a bike can pull to the right. On inspection of the wheel it seems like the wheel is pointing to the right more than the left when you compare it agaisnt the middle of the front lower fairing. Now I put a $200 deposit on the bike being told the bike was mechanically A1 and after seeing this I need to sort out what I am going to do. If it is just the case of a bent fork I can get it repaired however what else could be the cause of the bike veering right. Worst case scenario the guy refuses to give me my money back and I lose $200 which is fine however If it is generally a simple fix then I can negotiate a lower price. issue 2) When revving the bike out it is incredibly loud. I have owned 2 cbrs before and it has never seemed so loud. The loudness seems to be coming from the engine tho and not the exhaust. This bike still has the stock exhaust on it too. I would have thought a cbr with an aftermarket exhaust would be louder but this bike seems like its going to explode thats how lod the engine seems. Does anyone think this is an issue or it is just how they are. Thanks for the advice.