It was a pretty simple highside at about 35, bike didn't tumble, it just flicked me off, went down on the other side and slid. I just got really unlucky how I landed; I apparently have the worst crash positioning ever, or I have osteoporosis at age 21 being a male, haha. Landed just right to force the ball of my femur into my hip socket to snap part of it off, woops.
Sliders took most of the damage, lost the case cover on the right side, and the entire right clipon. Plastics got ground down on the tail in a little 1 inch by 1/2 inch rectangle, probably won't fix that. Also ground down under the case cover a bit. That was all of the plastic damage. I lost the windscreen since my foot went through it when I went over it. I cut a nice V out of it with my boot, haha. I replaced that with my OEM one. Total for now is just a new case cover (180-ish, Woodcraft), new set of clipons since a stock one is only 40 or so cheaper than aftermarket, sliders, and a clutch lever. I might also replace the left case cover to keep everything sorta the same.
The gear will probably cost more, lost my leather pants and undersuit, so that's another 400 or so. My new Shark RSR2 apparently took a small impact, but I don't remember hitting my head. I never passed out, although I was wishing I would, haha. So that will probably be replaced and I only got to do two rides with it before this happened
So that's another 530 dollars.
I consider myself really lucky; this was a street accident, so it could of been a lot worse. I got lucky that there was not a car or even bike in the other lane. The damage to my body could of been a lot worse; I don't know how many doctors have said that this could of easily killed me if I had cut an artery. I was on the side of the road for an hour before the ambulance showed up, and then another 15-20 to get into the ambulance and then an hour ride to the hospital. That was not a fun time, haha.
Also, someone came on me pretty much within 2 or 3 minutes of it happening, so that was awesome. They stayed the entire time, and I can't thank them enough for just being there. I still get kinda teary eyed thinking about how nice some people can be to complete strangers.
It's been quite the experience :P