Honda Pan-European ST1100AY  
Honda Pan European ST1100AY
Pan European Engines last for a long time, with very little attention needed - providing they are well maintained.

The cam belt was replaced at 58,786 miles. Steering head bearings were replaced at the same time.

These are two major jobs (which cost £543). Cam belts reach their limit at 90,000 miles maximum - but the results of a failure are so disastrous, that many owners will consider getting rid at 55-60,00 miles.

I cant show the cam belt, or the steering head bearings - but these were two jobs I left to the local experts. I can however, let you hear the engine starting up. The engine was luke warm - see the temp gauge. The red and yellow warning light are the ABS and TCS displays. These go out when the bike has moved a few yards.

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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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