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I'm asking as I dont want to be dropping the bike everywhere.. Haha..

 

The NEA thing is probably a good reason for me to go for one now before it really gets too late.

 

The ST and the DCT NC are 2 models I will likely go for next.. but the ST has not many years left so likely that first before the NC.

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I'm asking as I dont want to be dropping the bike everywhere.. Haha..

 

The NEA thing is probably a good reason for me to go for one now before it really gets too late.

 

The ST and the DCT NC are 2 models I will likely go for next.. but the ST has not many years left so likely that first before the NC.

 

 

Lol. You’ll drop once; and learn from it. But ST and NC are totally different in power.

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Lol. You’ll drop once; and learn from it. But ST and NC are totally different in power.

 

I can imagine.. Haha..

 

ST is almost double NC HP, with the V4 and shaft drive it's a totally different ride.

 

Let's see how it goes, will post here if I end up getting a ST.. Haha..

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NC700 was a very pocket friendly bike....simple bike with very very good fuel economy....

 

the only down side is her power... if compare to ST they are way different level of riding.

 

ST1100 & ST1300 both have proper weight balanced for handling, whereas NC is way out if side panels are installed.

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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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Yes I agree. I'm quite sure I'll get a ST first due to availability of remaining units on our roads.

 

I am also returning to bikes due to possible upcoming shift in transport needs so will take this chance to finally own a ST after getting my Class 2 only a couple years ago, 17 yrs after I got my 2A. Haha.

 

Looking forward, but only if that shift does happen, otherwise the poor beauty may end up parked in the carpark most of the time.

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Simon 大哥,你好 哈哈

 

Hello....you too 你也好

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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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