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Honda ST1100


Simon Soh

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Will only be ready next week.

 

They needed the parallel brackets from the old radiator to weld on new copper-mixed rods together with pair of fabricated housing on both sides to hold the rods, then tap 2 holes one for thermostat fan switch n one for drain plug.

 

Important material r the brackets, it has the exact screw holes length to hold the fan n a pivot guide to mount radiator on to chassis accurately.

 

Otherwise I will need to leave my bike naked at the MSCP for at least a week. :)

 

hi bro simon

 

can share where u did the copper mixed rods n roughly how much?im interested..thank u bro

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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hi bro simon

 

can share where u did the copper mixed rods n roughly how much?im interested..thank u bro

 

U got pm.

 

For best result before installing new radiator, do a engine flush.

 

Remove thermostat n with a strong running hose of water, chuck running hose into below left engine block before radiator n into half the thermostat housing that support the 2 clamp hose, both front n back one at a time.

 

Start engine n rev well for some secs until clear water runs out...... Done!

 

U'll surprise to see what has flushed out. :D

Simon Soh

It's not the destination we conquered but ourselves.

 

Chiang Saen, Land of Golden Triangle

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26th Dec 05' - 9th Jan 06' Northern Thailand Trip

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Hi Bro,

 

I am looking for a faulty ST11 speedometer as I only need only the CASE ASSY

 

http://www.pan-europe.utvinternet.ie/parts/img/meter.png (item 8)

 

I can be reach at 9800-0058. Thank you.

 

Try look for it at

Ah Ann Trading

No. 74, Sg Kadut St 1.

 

Big scale bike scrap yard.

 

Good luck.

Simon Soh

It's not the destination we conquered but ourselves.

 

Chiang Saen, Land of Golden Triangle

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5254/5500744953_52f8f8de37.jpg

26th Dec 05' - 9th Jan 06' Northern Thailand Trip

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Hi Bro,

 

I am looking for a faulty ST11 speedometer as I only need only the CASE ASSY

 

http://www.pan-europe.utvinternet.ie/parts/img/meter.png (item 8)

 

I can be reach at 9800-0058. Thank you.

 

I think my spare might still be good, I bought a whole used unit(with speedo, tacho,temp & fuel gauge intact) recently while in Ireland & I just replaced my tacho cos mine takes a long time before it starts to respond.

 

I'm currently overseas on assignment, if you can wait 2-3weeks, when I'm back home will ping u & u can come take a look if it suits you.

 

But I think item #7 in the diagram is bad as 1 corner is ripped off the plastic casing, but the backing u mention is still good.

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Hi. I know it's a longshot but Im looking for original muffler for St11. Anyone has or know where i can get those is much appreciated... Thnks

 

you can always drop by at ah ann..his address just three posts above your post....just go straight in....

I ride at 70km/hr only...please please dont blow2 at me or overtake me dangerously....wait i change into Incredible Hulk n dont know why my little baby bike will always be ahead of u if u do that

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Try look for it at

Ah Ann Trading

No. 74, Sg Kadut St 1.

 

Big scale bike scrap yard.

 

Good luck.

 

Wah...any idea they got sell st1300 speedomenter whole electronic assembly also not? Fren asking the other day.

 

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Wah...any idea they got sell st1300 speedomenter whole electronic assembly also not? Fren asking the other day.

 

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Zack,

 

Its better to be there to ask the boss, Its a giant store of scrap.

Simon Soh

It's not the destination we conquered but ourselves.

 

Chiang Saen, Land of Golden Triangle

http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5254/5500744953_52f8f8de37.jpg

26th Dec 05' - 9th Jan 06' Northern Thailand Trip

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Zack,

 

Its better to be there to ask the boss, Its a giant store of scrap.

 

Thanks simon. Guess another man scrap is another man gems at the yard. Haha. .

 

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Hi guys I am looking for ST1100, pls advise me 1993 model ST1100 how much can offer, what is the market price for US version

 

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Just an honest opinion and experience from 2 close frens who have owned e US version, try to stay away from it. Lots of issues. My favourite mechanic hates e bike as well cause it continuously gives problem. Its best to look out for Euro version, year 2000 and newer. But of course alot depends on how e previous owners have cared for the bikes as well. :)

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Just an honest opinion and experience from 2 close frens who have owned e US version, try to stay away from it. Lots of issues. My favourite mechanic hates e bike as well cause it continuously gives problem. Its best to look out for Euro version, year 2000 and newer. But of course alot depends on how e previous owners have cared for the bikes as well. :)

 

Yes..pan euro better. 1998 onwards.

 

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Just an honest opinion and experience from 2 close frens who have owned e US version, try to stay away from it. Lots of issues. My favourite mechanic hates e bike as well cause it continuously gives problem. Its best to look out for Euro version, year 2000 and newer. But of course alot depends on how e previous owners have cared for the bikes as well. 

 

Hi friend thanks for the advice, I will try Latest version

 

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Parts for ST1100 non abs fs(still on bike). Scrapping bike due to migrating.

All deals to be swapped with your old parts. Labour to be bourne by buyer.

 

Front forks(only 4 mths old) with progressive springs- $400

 

Progressive Rear shock(Also 4mths old)- $500

 

Sprayed gunmetal rims with 2 mths bridgestone tyres- $500

 

Water pump(4 mths old)- $300

 

Original Radiator with new hoses(4mths old)- $400

 

Hel brakelines(red) full set - $80

 

Extendable clutch and brake levers(black/matt silver)- $100

 

Original Front brake disc x 2 (4 mths old) - $300

 

Seat + tribo seat -$100

 

Any other misc parts u need just contact me @ 91014371. U can come view(woodlands) the bike/parts if interested.

 

cheers!

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