The clip on bars are sacrificial lambs... kind of like the collar bone. It is DESIGNED to bend and break in order to prevent catastrophic damage to other more expensive or difficult to source parts. If the opposite were true, you could very well damage the triple or forks, just as how your clavicle could pass that energy to other bones in your upper body that would take longer or be more difficult to heal over time.
Your best bet is to check eBay to see if anyone is selling their stock bars after installing aftermarket clip ons.
I had to replace both of mine on the BMW and found some brand new take offs for less than the cost of just one side.
I concur with both opinions above. It definitely appears to be slightly crooked which means any hard jarring or tweak could compromise the integrity leading to a bad spill. Have it looked at and replaced if necessary.
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