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Discussion in 'Road Warriors' started by TheRackman, Jan 22, 2008.
Thanks Mike...you wouldn't happen to know of any left sided tipover covers that are slotted out for your Hwy Wings?...I had a tipover and cracked the cover into several pcs...and am trying to find a replacement...
Aluminum top box with tie down loops.
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Almost at the ST1100GS level.
Looks great. Right place too to get loaded up, not too far back. How did you attach it? Two matching side aluminum cases and you will be a GS clone.
My back seat has a fold down back rest. I loop one rachet strap under it and the the other through the hand grips.
I am going to drill holes through the bottom and bolt it into two of the hold down bolts.
Good fast on and off right now the way you have it. Thanks
Just followed me home today 2007 St1300 with just over 14000 miles
aeroflow windsield and not sure who made the seat (yet) plus few other things like bar risers and Kaoko throtle lock
My Lady loves to ride with me but my gs its not so two up friendly (with that seat anyway) so she lets me keep it and get the Honda YAY - more toys
Im going to test ride an 03 today.
It has 16k miles and a few accessories including ABS.
Anything in particular i should look for?
From everything i read i will probably be riding it home also..
Looks for cops.
It's easy to speed on that puppy.
I bought it.
This thing is weird. But its sooooo smooth.
Are they normally hard to drop into corners or are the tires that square that it feels like a car tire is on the bike?
Mine felt that way too at first. A new tire fixed it right up.
That's no joke, I look down and im doing 80..Yikes!
1994 ST1100. With only 15,000 miles... What a steal...
+1 on that smooth speeding bit. 80mph is the sweet spot.
What tires you have on that 15K puppy?
Dunlop... I'll have to look at which model though...
I have a pic of the ST getting a tag this morning.
This is my ST 1300 A Pan European (ABS, CBS, electric windshield). My extras: highway pegs, GPS holder, two 12V sockets, fog lights, heated grips and top-case rack
Not my ST1300 (I rode the Super Tenere that weekend) but that of one of my st-owner buddies at OzarkSTOC in Theodosia, MO.
I enjoyed my ST1300 a lot, great mile muncher and one of the best distance bikes I've owned.
As I look for another bike that covers the same bases, but can be found at a price I can pay cash for out of pocket - I've been looking at ST1100's.
There are some very good deals out there (aren't there always before you're ready to buy? ), look forward to a summer fly 'n ride.
In late May/early June when I am ready to buy, I'll be looking for low mile examples (in case anyone's thinking of selling ).
Pretty much the only thing I'll want for sure, is a 40A alternator, so a '96 or later or a retro-fitted earlier bike.
Good call on the 40A alternator. I would also suggest holding out for an ABS model as they have larger diameter front forks and stronger front brakes in addition to the ABS feature.