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Honda ST1100

Honda ST1100

4.5 from 4 reviews

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    Simon

    Simon

    • 11 reviews
    • 4 likes

    Fantastic Touring machine

    published
    Date PurchasedJun 2016
    defender

    defenderperth

    • 5 reviews
    • 4 likes

    x police st11oo

    published

    I have owned the bike now for 2 years.It has been problem free and a treat to own.low or high speed is not an issue with plenty of power on tap.servicing is easy to perform.I have had a lot of bikes over the years and can honestly say this is a keeper

    Date PurchasedJan 2015
    1 comment
    defender
    defender

    fantastic thank you

    A thing of beauty is a joy forever

    published
    Date PurchasedFeb 2016
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    Desoz

    DesozAU

    • 33 reviews
    • 27 likes

    Good solid workhorse

    published

    Questions & Answers

    randy fisher

    randy fisherasked

    1996 st 1100 if the bike is maintained service , timing belt , oil changes , brakes , 111,00 miles how long could you expect to riding this bike I'm looking to buy it .

    1 answer
    defender
    defender

    These bikes if look after are bulletproof machines I have heard of owners with 300.000 km that are still going strong.knew of another who travelled around the top end of Australia when it had already 190.000 on the clock . These were much loved by the police when they had them .enjoy

    Eppic2

    Eppic2asked

    Some reviews expressed concerns about how the ST handles tight and twisty corners. **** Does it a lot of extra effort or is it a scary thing to do the hairpins and sharp u-turns? I intend to go to South Dakota/Mt. Rushmore and various parks in that area this summer...and enjoy the twisties etc.
    **** Has anyone been there on this bike?
    Note: I currently ride a 1500 Kawi Nomad (good centre of gravity) and am wondering about switching to the ST 1100

    2 answers
    defender
    defender

    The beast handles corners with ease it is the best touring bike ever made.

    Eppic2
    Eppic2

    Thanks for that vote of confidence. I’m 5’8”/166lbs. with an average build. I found my ‘99 Kawi Concours (1000cc) to be top heavy for me.
    ••• With the 1100s fuel reservoir being under the seat it should help The COG, but would it be enough to make the bike a LOT more manageable?
    ••• Are there any of you ST1100 owners my height?
    I want to be comfortably flat footed when this bike rolls to a stop. I’m only asking because there are no bikes like this in my neck of the woods to try on for size. Thx for your time.

    Karl J

    Karl Jasked

    In which year did the ST 1100 go from carburetors to fuel injection,? thanks.

    3 answers
    John g
    John g

    The st1100 had carburettors only ,they changed to fuel injection on the next model which was the st1300.hope this helps.

    defender
    defender

    As far as I know it didnt

    Karl J
    Karl J

    Ok thank you.

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