so the shop still has my bike they waiting for part to arrive my bike will be done in about 4 days or so but im scared if i did any other damage to the bike besides the oil pan i mean the curb was only high enough to reach the oil pan but still
It really depends on what angle you hit the curb at, as to what other damage there may be. You did good, shutting it off immediately. Oil starvation is what destroys a lot of motors.
Damage to the pan, the exhaust header is running right beside the pan...... The pan has a shallow side, to make room for the pipe. The lower of the pipe is as low as the pan. If the pipe took a whack, that saved you from more serious mechanical damage. Pretty hard to damage the pipe so much that it won't work.... Until you crush it so much it can't flow the exhaust gasses well enough. If it was crushed by more than 1/4 it's diameter, it would be smart to replace.
If you hit the curb head on, it's possible that the front rim may be bent. Since you didn't get a flat tire, any damage there is unlikely to be catastrophic.
As it's in the shop, they should check all of that.
Believe it or not, almost all of us here, have done something similar. The first one either makes you smarter, or it doesn't. What happens the second time, is by and large determined by what you learned with #1.
My first (street) crash was about 6 months after I got my first brand new street bike. I slid out in a 35MPH corner, doing about 35..... California at that point did not require helmets, so neither myself or my passenger were wearing them. I was wearing nylon running shoes, corduroy slacks, a short sleeved polo shirt, and sunglasses. My passenger (Steve Thomas) was dressed similar. Labor Day weekend,1985? Maybe 1986....
We entered the corner on a wide boulevard in Alameda, California( Santa Clara avenue).... I saw something shiny on the pavement, so I tapped the back brake.
I don't recall coming off the bike, it happened so fast. I saw my bike on it's side spinning away from me. Three different colors of sparks --- then it occurred to me that sliding on pavement at 35 MPH should hurt. I looked below me, and realized I was laying on my passenger's back. I didn't think that was fair, so I intentionally put my hands and knees down and picked myself up so my weight wasn't on him.
We slid like that for a couple of car lengths, at least. Looking back I'm sure if was more. Because it was a long weekend, there were no vehicles parked along the curb. Steve's head stopped less than a foot from the curb. I would have killed or very seriously injured my best friend on any other day, on that street by stuffing under a car or hitting a wheel.
We both jumped up, got the bike upright and rode it back to my apartment. My girlfriend was royally pissed because I destroyed the pants she had bought me...... I married her anyway. We're still married.
The bike had scratches, and the Speedo needle got bent from whacking into the ground. I lost skin on my hands, forearms, knees, and the tops of my feet. Similar for Steve.
She insisted I take a course to learn what happened. And, that I wear a helmet. That's when I took the first MSF safety course on base, and was taught a sh*t load more than the previous ~10 years of screwing around on mini bikes, dirt bikes, and atv had taught me. Quite literally 30 years later, I still practice the drills I learned then.
Every crash I have had since that one, I've taken another course, and added more safety gear.
Anything short of tee boning a car, I am unlikely to be injured. I am less likely to tee bone that car...... Because I have been trained. I know what to look for, how far in advance I need to be able to identify the threats, and have multiple tools to manage the risk.
When you see a 5' tall 90 lb lady operate a motorcycle, and admit she can do it better than you --- that's when it sinks in. Riding is 90+% mental. Train your brain. The rest will follow.