Let's see your HONDA ST1100/ST1300.

Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by TheRackman, Jan 22, 2008.

  1. rider33

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  2. TheRackman

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  4. GeoAggie

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    So the Corbin smuggler trunk will fit with a standard (non-Corbin) seat? Looks great!

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  5. DRONE

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    Yeah, it's interchangeable with the pillion seat. You can swap one for the other in about 30 seconds.
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  7. deej

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    And this one looks like near Discovery Bay.....yes?

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    Yup, you got both locations right.
  9. ClimbingAZ

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    Can anyone recommend an economical solution to replacing or freshening up the rear shock on my '92 ST1100? Bike has 75k miles and bounces like a pogo stick. Thanks in advance!
  10. STBNE

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    i found one on ebay from another ST owner...it was a hyperpro and it only had 15k miles on it...awesome upgrade over stock....and about half the price of brand new...:freaky
  11. Kentucky

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    I just posted over in the Flea Market that I am looking for a nice low miles competitively priced 06 or 07 ST1300. Prefer non-ABS. If you know anyone wishing to sell please let them know. Logistically the Southeast is best.
    Barry
  12. STBNE

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    saw one the other day forsale...i think it was on here...:wink:
    heres one from the ST1300 board...in Eastern TN...its an '05 tho...
    http://www.st1300.us.com/showthread.php?t=2929
  13. Kentucky

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  15. Kentucky

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    Today was a good day. I happened across a 2006 ST1300 with only 9,400 for a great price. It was a one owner black non ABS model which was exactly what I was hoping to find.

    Now...what is the best windshield for a 5'10" guy?

    Thanks to all,
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    Now...what is the best windshield for a 5'10" guy?


    I'm 5'10" and find the standard one OK, just a bit too much wind noise though..........If there are better (quieter) ones out there, I would also be tempted.

    Enjoy your new ride.
  17. STBNE

    STBNE Yamaha ADVenturer

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    I am similar height although I'm an ST1100 guy...I have demo-ed ST13's a few times...I found the stock electric w/s worked fine for me...I am deaf without my hearing aids...and thats how i ride so i cannot comment on how noisy the w/s was...as it was a non-issue for me...but I did find the w/s offered everything I wanted in wind protection or not...so I'd go with that 1st and then see if that works or not...alot of times people immediately start farkling a new bike befre even riding it that far..one needs to know what realy is working and what isnt...rather than just throwing money around...unless you have alot of disposable income ofc...:deal
  18. Mellow

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    I'm 5'8" and was using the laminar lip for a while and liked it a lot, just didn't like the looks on the ST... so, I went with a company in the UK called bike quip and they have a shield with a slight flip that produces about 90% of the same result as the laminar lip.

    http://www.st1300-accessories.co.uk/st1300_windscreens.html
  19. Kentucky

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    Thanks for the info. The more I ride the bike the more I am getting along with the stocker.
  20. jspringator

    jspringator Been here awhile

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    Did you get 20" or 22"?