My apologies if this should be elsewhere guys & gals... First bike, second hand GPX250, had 600k when I got it and only up to 2000k now... Tonight my housemate was backing his car into the garage, nudge, tip, crack etc It's cracked the fairing on the lhs of the bike, about 1.5 inches long, underneath the front indicator light, where the front forks pass. It's caused that side of the front fairing to separate just slightly from the body. It's crushed the part right on the corner, for about an inch in diameter. A few questions for the experts; 1. Is this something that needs to be fixed? Structurally wise I'm concerned that if I continue to ride without doing anything the vibrations might cause it to get worse? 2. What are my options? Can it be fixed or would the fairing need to be replaced? I wouldn't be able to find the time or patience to fix it up myself, if that's even possible. 3. How much do said options usually cost? If replacement is my only real option does anyone have a ballpark figure as to how much a replacement fairing from Kawasaki would cost? (2007 model, red w/grey flames) I had to laugh though...less than 1 week ago my housemate (who I've been good mates with since we started highschool) made a comment that I should 'be more careful with other peoples property' - a moment of idiocy on his part after I accidentally broke one of his girlfriends 'expensive' saucers worth $10 (if that). Needless to say he feels quite horrible at the moment. Thanks in advance for any advice!