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Honda ST1100


Simon Soh

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Hi bro ST1100 mileage not standard, first time I get 13kms/l, but now getting 16.5kms/l without any changes at my bike

 

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Wow, how long did it take for ur fuel consumption to get better? Mine also about 13.5km/L but slowly getting better with no changes as well.

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I go to RS bike at Kaki Bukit autobay. Note-1 man's meat is another poison so I don't know if he suits you. He works alone with his son helping out sometimes and sometimes got part time mechanic. So expect to wait...

 

So find his work not good but then I am happy with his service for 8years and counting...

 

Thanks for sharing, bro.

 

A friend of mine sends his to Gopa. He swears by him. Though slow, I have not heard of him facing any problem at all.

His bike is a COE-renewed bike.

 

At the moment, I send mine to UM Toh Guan for convenience as I live in the West. Yet to go for a specialist mechanic for the ST.

I think the specialist mechanics are all in the East. :faint:

Because of him the lame walked briskly,

And the songless through him burst into melody.

//////////////////Algazel (1111AD)//////////////////

 

 

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No bro cover cannot fixed

 

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I am considering fixing a riser. Hv to choose between 20mm and 30mm.

 

Any1 care to share their experience? Does the bike vibrate more or shakier?

Because of him the lame walked briskly,

And the songless through him burst into melody.

//////////////////Algazel (1111AD)//////////////////

 

 

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We don't hold the throttle long at that speed... Only short blast that's all. The only difference I guess will be fuel consumption... Anything above 5k RPM will make your bike drink fuel like no tmr....

 

The same friend who tried 220km/h, ever maintain his speed below 100km/h only need to pump once inbetween his trip to Thailand on NSHW. Of course the last petrol kiosk he pump... He also manage 20km/L on SG road... We were joking say he half ride the bike, half push the bike to get these kind of FC...

 

Btw, we were riding the US model and not the Pan European model.

 

That's a hilarious joke - half ride, half push. :lol:

 

Just did my 2nd topup in JB on Thursday night.

Didn't get to monitor on the first one. But on my 2nd topup, I was able to cover 440km.

Filled up a total of 26 litres.

 

Then again, I do consider myself to be the conservative type of rider. :shades:

 

Has any1 experienced the following - when your petrol goes to reserve, the reserve light turns on? :confused:

Because of him the lame walked briskly,

And the songless through him burst into melody.

//////////////////Algazel (1111AD)//////////////////

 

 

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Thanks for sharing, bro.

 

A friend of mine sends his to Gopa. He swears by him. Though slow, I have not heard of him facing any problem at all.

His bike is a COE-renewed bike.

 

At the moment, I send mine to UM Toh Guan for convenience as I live in the West. Yet to go for a specialist mechanic for the ST.

I think the specialist mechanics are all in the East. :faint:

 

There is a small group of "GOPA fan club" who swears by him...try other workshop and you will see others can service as well.

 

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That's a hilarious joke - half ride, half push. :lol:

 

Just did my 2nd topup in JB on Thursday night.

Didn't get to monitor on the first one. But on my 2nd topup, I was able to cover 440km.

Filled up a total of 26 litres.

 

Then again, I do consider myself to be the conservative type of rider. :shades:

 

Has any1 experienced the following - when your petrol goes to reserve, the reserve light turns on? :confused:

 

Thats great FC bro.

Regarding reserve light, when u hit reserve, the light will automatically turn on. Of all the ST11s i owned and my frens, out of 6 ST11, 5 of it tye reserve light sensor spoil. Ah chong from planet motors say need to change the entire fuel pump cause the sensor is on it, costs $600 plus. I think quite ridiculous when e fuel pump got no problem.

Im wondering if the sensor can be removed and cleaned and will work again. Haha.

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Thats great FC bro.

Regarding reserve light, when u hit reserve, the light will automatically turn on. Of all the ST11s i owned and my frens, out of 6 ST11, 5 of it tye reserve light sensor spoil. Ah chong from planet motors say need to change the entire fuel pump cause the sensor is on it, costs $600 plus. I think quite ridiculous when e fuel pump got no problem.

Im wondering if the sensor can be removed and cleaned and will work again. Haha.

 

Probably can if you have the time to find the sensor and try this out to see if it saves you some $$$.

http://www.st-riders.net/index.php?topic=976.0

 

Most shops/mechs will not want to do this kind of jobs since it takes time.

They prefer to change OEM parts.

 

My first ST11 had the same issue with your friends after having it 7-8yrs but I left it alone since I know the mileage it does.

My current bike light is working fine.

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Upzz for sale.

 

Selling items on behalf of fellow rider:

 

(1) Powerbronze windshield - $80/- [sOLD]

(2) Hepco Becker top rack - $30/- [sOLD]

(3) ST Police risers - $50/-

[ATTACH=CONFIG]297219[/ATTACH]

(4) ST OEM Backrest - $80/-

[ATTACH=CONFIG]297220[/ATTACH]

(5) ST1100 Dash Panel Shelf - $30/-

[ATTACH=CONFIG]297231[/ATTACH]

 

Do pm me if interested. Thanks.

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Probably can if you have the time to find the sensor and try this out to see if it saves you some $$$.

http://www.st-riders.net/index.php?topic=976.0

 

Most shops/mechs will not want to do this kind of jobs since it takes time.

They prefer to change OEM parts.

 

My first ST11 had the same issue with your friends after having it 7-8yrs but I left it alone since I know the mileage it does.

My current bike light is working fine.

 

Great link bro!

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Probably can if you have the time to find the sensor and try this out to see if it saves you some $$$.

http://www.st-riders.net/index.php?topic=976.0

 

Most shops/mechs will not want to do this kind of jobs since it takes time.

They prefer to change OEM parts.

 

My first ST11 had the same issue with your friends after having it 7-8yrs but I left it alone since I know the mileage it does.

My current bike light is working fine.

 

Great link bro!

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I am considering fixing a riser. Hv to choose between 20mm and 30mm.

 

Any1 care to share their experience? Does the bike vibrate more or shakier?

 

I got installed 30mm riser bought ahboy shop, so far no problem bro. More comfortable for long riding.

 

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Wow, how long did it take for ur fuel consumption to get better? Mine also about 13.5km/L but slowly getting better with no changes as well.

 

I just bought ST1100 last month only bro, my third fuel top up and continue till get better. I just pump petrol 335kms get exactly 20.2litres bro

 

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Hi bro ST1100 mileage not standard, first time I get 13kms/l, but now getting 16.5kms/l without any changes at my bike

 

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Guess all depends on individual riding style... Maybe as you ride it longer, the riding style for your previous bike changes for this so that explain the difference in FC...

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Thanks for sharing, bro.

 

A friend of mine sends his to Gopa. He swears by him. Though slow, I have not heard of him facing any problem at all.

His bike is a COE-renewed bike.

 

At the moment, I send mine to UM Toh Guan for convenience as I live in the West. Yet to go for a specialist mechanic for the ST.

I think the specialist mechanics are all in the East. :faint:

 

Gopa from what I understand you must have friend recommend then you get better price.. If not sure Kenna chop.... But he is 1 legend ST mechanic...

I AM BACK!!!!!

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That's a hilarious joke - half ride, half push. :lol:

 

Just did my 2nd topup in JB on Thursday night.

Didn't get to monitor on the first one. But on my 2nd topup, I was able to cover 440km.

Filled up a total of 26 litres.

 

Then again, I do consider myself to be the conservative type of rider. :shades:

 

Has any1 experienced the following - when your petrol goes to reserve, the reserve light turns on? :confused:

 

My reserve light will light up and off when it's about to hit reserve. If stays light up means hit reserved already...

I AM BACK!!!!!

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I am considering fixing a riser. Hv to choose between 20mm and 30mm.

 

Any1 care to share their experience? Does the bike vibrate more or shakier?

 

I add on a 30mm riser and remove the cover. Wanted a more upright riding posture. No need to change then cables. Comfortable even for a 6000+km trip...

I AM BACK!!!!!

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how about when you make U turn? any difference? i thought of changing too.. still deciding 20mm or 30mm

I add on a 30mm riser and remove the cover. Wanted a more upright riding posture. No need to change then cables. Comfortable even for a 6000+km trip...

speed and be home 5 mins early or 7 days late.

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