Honda Pan-European ST1100AY  
Honda Pan European ST1100AY
Accessories

Showing switched rear fog light.

Accessory Switch gear and heated grips control

On the left hand dash I have built in a set of 4 sub minature switches. These are linked to fused relays under the front screen which activate:

i) A 12v fused power supply connector in the rear cowl.
ii) A 12v BMW type socket below the left fairing pocket. (visible on rear view photo)
iii) A 12v BMW type socket under the right hand pillion grab rail. (visible in the rear view photo above the right indicater light)
iv) A fog light. (visible above the normal brake lights).

All of the above have a master fused relay and turn on/off with the ignition.

  • Heated handlebars. Two position control switch on the left handlebar.
  • Autocom Pro Sport Intercom, wired in in the rear cowl. I have mouthpiece and earpieces, but you will probably want to buy your own. Autocom Unit is good and comes with adapter to enable phone connection via GPS blue tooth. (I use a Garmin Zumo 550, but this is not included !)
  • Spyball alarm with fob control, fitted.
  • Recently fitted new right hand switch gear (Kill switch, light switch, ignition switch). nb - leads are in place, but I have not tapped into the new kill switch wiring for the Spyball.
  • The bike has a +4 inch Powerbronze screen.
  • Fairing has full wind deflector kit on main body and on wing mirrors
  • Ram Ball 1" mounting on dash ready for mounting phone/GPS.

Other bits you are welcome to take or leave:

  • I have a 54 litre givi top box. The release mechanism works, but is dodgy. I bolt the top box onto the carrier. You can see what it looks like on my main menu page, mounted on my earlier ST1100 non-abs. Its old, but you are welcome to it.
  • Well used Hayes Workshop Manual for ST1100.
  • Spare rear wheel and cush drives - bought as a bargain off e-bay - I intended to have a spare rear wheel and tyre at one point, and never got round to it. It's in excellent condition.
  • Honda swinging arm locking nut tool - costs around £50 and a must have if you intend to look after the bike yourself.
  • Spare speedo cable.
  • Oil filter ready for next service.


 

 

 

 

These pages relate to a bike which I owned, rode and serviced from when I bought it at 19,300 miles to when I sold it at 70,100 miles. The pages were intended to provide information to a prospective buyer, but are maintained here as information for anyone who may be interested.

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