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Will the bike start up without turning off? If you have to turn ignition off then on again before it will start it may be the bank angle sensor gone faulty. This will set NO error codes in memory as it is NOT a recognised fault. ECU simply thinks bike has fallen over and shuts engine down.
Make sure you have your stand up before you put it in gear. Some bikes have a stand switch that doesnt allow the bike to be in gear while the stand is down. This switch may have been damaged when the bike fell and now be malfunctioning.
Wow, what a nice simple bike to work on...First remove the bolts that hold the caliper to the fork, should be 2, might only be 1 on a bike that lite.. turn the caliper upside down and you will see how to remove the pads, if they haven't already fallen out . Make sure you have the replacements w/you before attempting this repair...Good luck to you...Tim