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Honda ST1100


Simon Soh

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I do not trust the badging alone.

US model tend to have ST1100 wording on the fairing under the mirror while pan euro is a plastic badge.

 

If it's original "pan euro" version, it should have that badge unless bike was resprayed & didn't put it back.

You'll have to look for the model + colour code located underneath the seat, mine was ST1100Y model.

 

Bought a brand new pan euro Y model back in "00, use for 10yrs, stolen in bolehland so got another Y model again.

 

You can google for more info between the difference and more details.

 

Bro, u mean under the seat got state its version n original colour code?

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Bro, u mean under the seat got state its version n original colour code?

 

Yes, it should have a white sticker on the round bar/frame near the fuel tank top bracket.

Mine has model: ST1100Y and the colour code.

I cannot rem the colour code alphabet/character but once you remove the seat you can see it.

 

The year of registration or log card should also determine the model more or less.

You can check out the plate number on LTA site and you can tell which year and exact model of the bike you interested in(but no colour info).

https://vrl.lta.gov.sg/lta/vrl/action/pubfunc?ID=EnquireTransferFee

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I would to ask all ST1100 Riders here. what's the market price of an ST1100 now for a 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001 registered ? i'm asking this because I went ard looking for ST110 and they can range from $4k to $8k.. TIA for help n guide

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Actually it's very easy to see, Pan Euro comes with an original headlight switch.

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Actually it's very easy to see, Pan Euro comes with an original headlight switch.

 

Hi Simon, u mean for pan euro version there is on off switch for the headlight? Located at the handle bar?

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Hi Simon, u mean for pan euro version there is on off switch for the headlight? Located at the handle bar?

 

Yes. Any model after 96' r all Pan Euro, n factory stock with headlight switch with it.

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 all,

 

Just a quick question please. I'm an ex-rider (FJR1300 last bike) and have stopped riding since 2003. I just got myself an ST from this website so that I don't lose my riding skill altogether. In fact, I'm feeling a little 'gabra' if I can handle the bike again. Can someone please advice me on the tyre pressure? Thanks.

 

 

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Factory recommended F=36psi, R=42psi.

However pressure is like tires, some people have their own preferences with slightly higher or lower, you might have to experiment and find your best numbers.

I run mine F=38-40, R=42.

 

I've tried my buddy's FJR 10years ago, ST handling & power cannot compare to FJR especially at speed, ST is heavier and the weight is more than FJR, but ST's V-4 engine sound alot nicer & smoother than inline 4, just my thoughts.

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Factory recommended F=36psi, R=42psi.

However pressure is like tires, some people have their own preferences with slightly higher or lower, you might have to experiment and find your best numbers.

I run mine F=38-40, R=42.

 

I've tried my buddy's FJR 10years ago, ST handling & power cannot compare to FJR especially at speed, ST is heavier and the weight is more than FJR, but ST's V-4 engine sound alot nicer & smoother than inline 4, just my thoughts.

 

 

ok thanks for the info. I just collected my bike yesterday but haven't gone for a ride yet coz it was raining hard yesterday. But I stocked up on new gear from the helmet to the jacket - gloves - boots and not forgetting the rain gear. LOL! Now, I just need to ride the bike!

 

 

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Thanks bro. So all pan euro version will have the wording pan euro on the fairing? Is there any rides that are pan euro version but without the pan euro stated at the fairing?

 

So dude, have u got your ST already? I just did on Wednesday - got it from a chap who was advertising on this forum. He is actually a bike trader. Took the bike out for my first 'short' ride yesterday just to get a feel of biking after 11 years. I guess I cannot be too demanding on the performance because of its age. I will probably bring it to GoPa for a check. :thumb:

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Hi guys, anything I can do about the original shock to stiffen it, went for a trip to mersing recently, felt the suspension to be too soft , got hit at the bottom once or twice during high speed ride across humpy roads.

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Hi guys, anything I can do about the original shock to stiffen it, went for a trip to mersing recently, felt the suspension to be too soft , got hit at the bottom once or twice during high speed ride across humpy roads.

 

You should check with bikelab or Teck thye. Maybe you can swap out the stock spring to a Hyperpro ones.

 

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Hi guys, anything I can do about the original shock to stiffen it, went for a trip to mersing recently, felt the suspension to be too soft , got hit at the bottom once or twice during high speed ride across humpy roads.

 

ST OEM shocks tend to lose it's suspension characteristics after few years, my first bike used 3-4yrs can feel it's bouncy on NSH, changed out new one on 7yr mark but after 3-4yrs same thing. Current bike after I bought, immediately change out OEM to after market shocks(progressive shocks) instead of OEM since now OEM price is expensive(~$400+ I think), after market only cost abit more( I paid USD$360+), but performance wise very good, firm and stable at speed on straight, cornering don't lost it's line now and don't feel wallowing at bends.

 

Not sure where you can find this brand locally as I buy it in states during biz trip, but sure worth the $$$, able to rebuild/rework as well. OEM cannot rebuilt. Maybe Ebay is an option.

 

Save your $$$ about changing springs on OEM shocks, don't think will help much.

Good luck.

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ST OEM shocks tend to lose it's suspension characteristics after few years, my first bike used 3-4yrs can feel it's bouncy on NSH, changed out new one on 7yr mark but after 3-4yrs same thing. Current bike after I bought, immediately change out OEM to after market shocks(progressive shocks) instead of OEM since now OEM price is expensive(~$400+ I think), after market only cost abit more( I paid USD$360+), but performance wise very good, firm and stable at speed on straight, cornering don't lost it's line now and don't feel wallowing at bends.

 

Not sure where you can find this brand locally as I buy it in states during biz trip, but sure worth the $$$, able to rebuild/rework as well. OEM cannot rebuilt. Maybe Ebay is an option.

 

Save your $$$ about changing springs on OEM shocks, don't think will help much.

Good luck.

 

Thanks for the advise. Any one got any idea where to get aftermarket shocks in Singapore, or any easy ways to go about doing it?

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Hello fellow ST1100 owners, I just started with this bike for about a week now. The fuel consumption for mine is about 15km/litre, just wanna check if this is normal or a little on the high side? Thank you

 

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Hi ST bros here, I intend to get ST11 from Gopa. Any advice from bros here? Or what important things to look for? According to him, he will do at least 80% Swee Swee / ful servicing before the bike go out from his shop. Sound so convincing.

 

haha, i bought my ST from him and he told me the same. anyway, my bike still swee swee untill now.

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Hi ST bros here, I intend to get ST11 from Gopa. Any advice from bros here? Or what important things to look for? According to him, he will do at least 80% Swee Swee / ful servicing before the bike go out from his shop. Sound so convincing.

 

I spoke to him before. I dont trust him. But thats just my opinion. Cause he talk everything already, i asked him, water pump and belt changed already onot? He paused for a moment, and just said everything very good ah no problem one all swee swee sure can ride 5 years no problem. That wasnt even what i asked. He didnt even want to tell me properly whether got change e part onot.

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I spoke to him before. I dont trust him. But thats just my opinion. Cause he talk everything already, i asked him, water pump and belt changed already onot? He paused for a moment, and just said everything very good ah no problem one all swee swee sure can ride 5 years no problem. That wasnt even what i asked. He didnt even want to tell me properly whether got change e part onot.

 

Actually, my friend bought his ST1100 from him and it was really well done up. He is a rider himself and has a reputation to maintain. I feel you can trust him. But that is my opinion.

 

p.s. - i nearly bought an ST from him some years back but my Home Minister pulled the brakes back then.

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