Hi guys Unfortunately I was involved in a crash on my beloved 2007 gs500F. Basically what happened was an old lady suddenly merged into me, I subsequently braked too hard and the front wheel washed out and me and the bike went for a slide down the road at about 50km/hr, the bike fell HARD on to it's left side. The good news is I was wearing all my gear so came away with just a few bruises, and my bike is comprehensively insured. Now, there are some cracks and scratches on the fairing, the left side crank case is scratched up but no leaking oil. The problem is that the engine sounds a bit different, more loud in a way, there is more vibration coming from the engine and it has lost a noticeable amount power in the low revs specifically. It also seems to be using more fuel than usual. So what could cause this from a fall over? Would the engine be starved of oil from being on it's side? I have checked the oil and it seems all good.. This bike didn't have a scratch on it, and I have a loan for it and need it to get to work everyday and so my prime concern is making sure the shop which I choose to fix it can adequately diagnose and fix all the problems. My other concern is front end and frame damage, even though it seems to handle OK, how would I know that there hasn't been some underlying damage in such a hard fall over? I have searched on the forums and couldn't find anything specific to my question so that's why I posted. Thanks in advance for any advice.