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1993 Honda St1100 on 2040-motos

US $3,400.00
YearYear:1993 MileageMileage:22 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Ferrisburgh, Vermont, United States

Ferrisburgh, Vermont, United States
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Honda ST1100 photos

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Honda ST1100 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,084 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Sport Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Honda ST1100 description

Up for sale is a beautiful 1993 Honda ST1100 with only 22,259 miles.

I've installed a tall Clearview shield, a pair of handguards, added a Givi trunk, and a pair of Fox handlebar risers. The handguards have to trimmed as they hit the clearview shield when turning lock to lock and they partially block the mirrors. I put them on to keep block the wind. You can always removed them.

It has a Sony XM 20-2022 two channel amplifier under the seat and two new Blaupunk 50 watt speakers in the fairing. The speakers are overpowered by the amplifier but you can adjust the output down. It is currently adjusted to work with a IPhone. On the left side of the fairing is an indicator light and a rocker switch to turn it on and off in traffic.

Mounted above the speedometer display is a clock with battery indicator. There is a also a phone jack on the left side of the body panels just in front of the passenger seat that is hooked up to the battery. The phone connector and the part that goes to the battery tender is included. I am not including the battery tender. It works well to keep the battery charged.

It will come with a cover, the original owners manual, the workshop manual, a tank bag (not used on this bike), the original windshield and the original handlebar cover. I'll also provide extra parts that I have kicking around (2 oil filters, a bottle of Honda coolant, and a single set of brake pads).

It's always been garaged and has been a one family bike. This bike has low miles, good tires, and runs great. It just is ridden anymore and it's unfortunately time for it to go.

As for payment, will accept Paypal, certified check or cash. The buyer is responsible for shipping, however I'll deliver/ride it within 100 miles.

I've have a couple of videos that I just took of the bike running and to show the condition. You can find them at: https://youtu.be/IW3pgXozOPw

Thanks for Looking!

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