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Maybe its the rear not the front thats out? The front shouldn't twist as you have the axle running straight through the fork legs.

Check the rear using two long wooden battens/planks (6ft long)and a paddock stand.
make sure the wood is straight so check them back to back.
place the bike on its paddock stand so its upright with the steering straight .
place one batten against the rear tyre so it touchs at two points as it lays down through to the front wheel. do the same with the other batten on the other side. get someone to help
if the gap is uneven either side of the front tyre and the front of the batten then the rear needs to be adjusted. does that make sense?
The swingarm marks are not always accurate.
Hope this helps:D
 
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