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sold:ST1100 ABS/TCS; 49k Miles! 11 gallon fuel capacity; HID; PIAA;J&M;Corbin;Radar Detector;RKA

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Are you looking for a solid sport-touring/rally machine with a 550 mile cruising range, ABS brakes, traction control, linked braking system, satellite radio, modern HID lighting, PIAA driving lights, heated grips, radar detector with dual air-horns capable of 375,000 miles with routine maintenance?

1998 Honda ST1100A (ABS, Traction Control & Linked Braking System)
$5,000 Accessories and Upgrades

Only 49,036 Miles

Location: San Diego, CA (I may be able to help with delivery from San Diego to Pittsburgh.)

Asking Price: $5500

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This ST1100A was upgraded with an emphasis on safety and comfort. Always serviced with MobileOne fully synthetic oil and Honda oil filters at 3,000 mile intervals. Once fitted with a Garmin Zumo 665 GPS, the rider may enjoy commercial-free SiriusXM radio, news, weather & traffic in addition to MP3 music or audio books.

Recent Service @ 49,020 miles: Please note the following service probably costs more than a $1000 at your local dealer.


Valve adjustment and inspection

R/R front and rear brake pads
R/R front and rear brake fluid
R/R clutch hydraulic fluid
R/R final drive gear fluid
R/R engine oil and filter

R/R engine coolant
R/R front fork fluid
R/R spark plugs
R/R fuel filter
R/R air filter

Save your time and money by buying a motorcycle already accessorized.   Only those who have accessorized a motorcycle can truly appreciate the time and effort invested.

11 Gallons Total Fuel Capacity (7.4 gallons + 3.6 gallons); 450-550 Mile Cruising Range!
($800+) Ron Major's 3.6 gallon fuel cell with dedicated switched elec. & man. fuel line valves
($500) GIVI E52 high gloss black trunk with integrated modulated LED lights and luggage rack
($140) TouraTech Garmin Zumo 665 GPS Mount on heavy duty mount risers with SiriusXM
($500) Escort Passport 9500 radar detector & auxiliary hardware kit
($480) HID XtraLights Xetronic Digital G2 Lighting System - H4; DBXH4-MOTOCYL
($450) Corbin seat Canyon Dual Sport (not shown in photographs)
($400) J&M CB Intercom Radio, model JMCB-2003DU includes passenger hardware
($300) PIAA 910 auxiliary lights w/ matching housing, mounts & dedicated flush mount switch
($300) Auxiliary front pannier bags with matching Honda markers & ST1100 Pan-Am markers
($240) New Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 sport touring radial tires with 90-degree air valves
($200) Clearview XL tinted windshield/windscreen
($170) SPOT GPS Tracker and mount GIVI tank bag with cover, attachable storage and four mounting points
($120) Kriss Four-way hazard flasher with flush mount switch - should be standards on all m/c
($110) Two Stebel Nautilus compact dual-tone air horns with dedicated flush mount switch
($110) Radar Screamer RS2-P remote radar detector light & siren
($90) Oxford Heated Grips
($90) Kisan rear brake modulator
($50) GIVI trunk liner bag
($60) Bestem pannier liner bags (2)
($65) Footpeg lowering kit
Altered brake pedal to accommodate footpeg lowering kit (machine shop, $$); better ergos
Altered shift pedal to accommodate footpeg lowering kit (machine shop, $$); better ergos
Dedicated switch for GPS to disable power during frequent start-ups while not touring.
Dedicated switch for electrical fuel valve for auxiliary fuel cell; may be used while driving.
Dedicated switch for dual air horns. OEM horn remains functional at all times.
Dedicated switch for the main headlights. Convenience/Polite Option; Min. power during TS'g
Digital voltmeter
Digital thermometer
Knee pads
Paint protectors on body work since first week of ownership.
Handle bar risers
Tank Bag Pad (Protective Sheet)
Battery quick disconnect for Battery Tender
Motorcycle cover and storage bag
Auxiliary 12V socket for driver's electric vest/electrical accessories, high amperage ckt.
Auxiliary 12V socket for passenger's electric vest/electrical accessories, high amperage ckt.
Three additional windshields (Clearview & OEM) of various sizes.
New un-mounted Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 sport touring radial rear tire
Spare new Bridgestone Battlax BT-023 sport touring radial rear tire (pending bead repair)

The legendary Honda ST1100 is the most versatile sport-touring motorcycle available, featuring Honda's mighty V-4 engine, sport-bred handling plus long-distance comfort and convenience.
Features & Benefits
• Liquid-cooled 1084cc longitudinally mounted V-4 engine produces excellent horse-power and torque over a wide rpm-range.
• Shim-under-bucket valve actuation ensures high-rpm reliability and offers 16,000-mile valve adjustment intervals.
• Belt-driven camshaft for smooth, quiet, reliable operation.
• Four-valve-per-cylinder technology provides excellent combustion efficiency and high power.
• Four 34.5mm constant-velocity (CV) carburetors provide crisp throttle response at all rpm.
• Cassette-type five-speed transmission.
• Quiet and reliable shaft-drive system.
• Aluminum radiator keeps temperatures in check for consistent performance and long engine life.
• High-output 40-amp air-cooled AC generator allows installation of varied electrical accessories, and delivers substantial output even at low rpm.
• Clutch, main-shaft and drive-shaft dampers for reduced noise, vibration and driveline lash.
• Maintenance-free hydraulic clutch.
• Digital ignition system.
• Computer-designed steel frame is strong and positions the engine low for superb maneuverability and precise handling.
• Wind-tunnel-designed and -tested fairing with Honda's Air Control Windscreen™ offers superb wind and weather protection, low noise and superior high-speed aerodynamics.
• 43mm cartridge fork offers a compliant, controlled ride.
• Torque Reactive Anti-dive Control (TRAC) reduces fork compression during braking.
• Single-shock swingarm-mounted rear suspension system offers spring preload and rebound damping adjustability.
• Wide, three-spoke cast aluminum wheels fitted with V-rated bias-belted tires.
• Dual-disc front brake and single-disc rear brake.
• Roomy cockpit and ergonomically designed, dual-density seat offer true long-haul comfort.
Additional Features
• Enormous, 7.4-gallon fuel tank (one of the largest ever supplied for a motorcycle) is located below the seat for a low center of gravity and offers phenomenal touring range in excess of 300 miles (480 km).
• Detachable, lockable, color-matched 35-liter saddlebags are standard equipment, feature fold-down carrying handles and can each hold a full-face helmet.
• Integrated fairing protectors for tip-over protection.
• Breakaway rearview mirrors.
• Fairing-mounted quartz clock.
• Padded passenger grabrails.
• Dual halogen headlights.
• Integrated front and rear turn signals.
• Fairing-mounted headlight adjuster.
• Full instrumentation includes fuel and temperature gauges.
• Integrated ignition switch/fork lock.
• Single ignition key operates all locks.






















Edited by Koonzee
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My uncle was a motor officer in Toledo ohio and I remember when the dept got some of these to test, most made it beyond 75k hard miles of abuse, does it come with historic plates?

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Please note the ST1100A was sold and is no longer available.  Thanks again for looking and writing with your interest in the motorcycle.  Take care & ride safely.


>historic plates<

alyeskka, what's your point?


You may find the following link informative.  (375,000-mile ST1100 with routine maintenance & 500,000-mile ST1100's)

Reference to an owner's forum and an ST1100 owner reporting 375,000 miles with only routine maintenance!
1. Re: Highest Mileage ST1100 
I have never had my engine apart. Just routine maintenance. I should have more miles on it but have ridden an 07 FJR I got this winter 10,000 miles so far this year. I have still put more miles on the ST1100 this year though!

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Point, its a great bike and hard to find one of that vintage in such great shape. Hope you didn't take it wrong. I sold a 30 yr old Honda with less than 2k miles last year that I found in a warehouse in fallbrook. I appreciate older motorcycles.

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