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If you're a relatively new or inexperienced rider, I would suggest you go with option 1 or 2 and think about the rest when you have more seat time. Also, watch out for those street car tracks and other road grooves, they'll send your world topsy turvy nearly every time - always approach any pavement gaps at as close to a 90 degree angle as possible.
- Leave it as is and consider it a lesson learned.
- Touch up your existing plastics (they sell Kawasaki touch up kits that are color keyed to the bike and you find it with a simple Google search) and repair the cracked tail with epoxy.
- Order OEM replacements and put them on yourself - it's really not that difficult to pop the plastics off and there are loads of YouTube videos showing how to take them off and put them back on. This is actually your most expensive option because they aren't exactly cheap.
- Replace all the fairings with aftermarkets. An entire set of aftermarket fairings will be less than the cost of the OEM pieces you need.
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