When I bought my most recent bike, I kept the previous so I wouldn't have to leave 🤣So hard to find any good deal on R1, don’t wanna leave R1 family group 🥺
The last R6 I rebuilt still ran my friend around $5k on parts. He got a full exhaust, new set of OEM fairings for $500, and velocity stacks with flash. As soon as we pieced that thing together and took it back on the road, we immediately discovered the front forks were tweaked and rear tire had a consistent leak. He had to get a bunch of other things aside from that. This was well over a year ago. We just concluded today that his stator has failed prematurely and are in the process of replacing both stator and rectifier to ensure his bike runs correctly. We originally thought it was his battery being OEM (I still stand by my statement that the OEM R6 and R1 battery is absolute hot trash), so we ended up replacing it to a lithium one. But he finished a ride today, said his bike was acting funny, and it took his bike 16 minutes to reach full charge after a ride. Something is screaming rectifier and stator to me. We still don't know if there are going to be additional issues we find once we tear his bike open or if the replacement of those 2 parts will fix his bike misfiring and running like crap mid ride.
Anyhow, repairing the R1 you've shown is probably more of a nightmare than you'll really want to deal with. It's suffered far more visible damage than my friend's bike, and I already hate his R6 because I never believed Yamahas could be as finicky as his is. I concur with the other guys telling you to sell the thing and just start out fresh again.