So I dropped my bike pulling it inside at one point last fall and bent the right steering clamp. At that point I replaced the entire right bar, and around the same time adjusted my chain. It didn't feel right after that, as if the right bar was a few degrees closer to me than the left was, and it was drifting right.
Just now, pulling it out for spring, I had the tires replaced and double checked the chain adjustment to make sure it was aligned correctly. Now, the drift is gone but something still feels wrong, I feel like I'm shifted to the right on the bike a little and it feels like it's tilted slightly right as I'm riding straight. I can feel a line of tension down the right side of my body while I'm riding that isn't there on the left, like somewhere there's extra strain being put on it.
I'm not even really sure what to check to diagnose this kind of issue, since its main symptom is "doesn't feel right". Sometimes the bar feels too far forward, but it's hard to tell. I've tried re-setting the bar clamps in case I just messed it up the first time, but that didn't seem to help. Any advice? It's an '07 Kawasaki ZZR600.