Honda Pan-European ST1300 For Sale
The Honda Pan-European ST1300 is a premium touring bike and is powered by a 1,261cc V4 engine which puts out 117bhp.
What Is It?
- Smooth low down power, storage, minimal vibration, drop protection
- Really big, heavy, only 5 gears
The Euro 2 compliant engine, shared with the CTX1300, is a liquid cooled 1,261cc 90° V4 engine, producing 116.7bhp at 8,000rpm and maximum torque at 6,500rpm. The final drive is by shaft, like the BMW R1200GS and most of the fuel tank is now in the standard position.
- New lighter Aluminium frame and swingarm
- Dual 310mm discs up front with Nissin 3 piston calipers
- 316mm disc at the rear with Nissin 3 piston caliper
- New Combined ABS system (C-ABS)
- 45mm fork with 117mm travel
- Adjustable rear shock with 120m travel
- Electric windscreen with 188mm travel (additional 60mm by moving the mounts)
- 4->2 Stainless Steel exhaust system
- New fuel injection and 5 speed gearbox
- Handbrake and glovebox power outlet
Compared to the outgoing ST1100 capacity is up 176cc, power 17bhp, there are now two gear driven balancer shafts and weight is down 15kg (unlike the physical size which feels a tad larger, even though the wheelbase is 50mm shorter).
Elsewhere the bodywork is new, the fork is 2mm larger, there are new front discs, a new part-LCD dash, lower gear ratios and the rider's seat is now adjustable to 775mm / 790mm / 805mm (including 12.5mm forward/backwards).
The detachable 35 litre panniers each hold a full face helmet and a 45 litre colour coded top box is also available. There are also two gloveboxes in the top of the fairing, the left of which is lockable. The 3 split spoke cast Aluminium 18" front wheel takes a 120/70 tyre and the rear 17" a 170/60.
Accessories include an RDS radio, multi-disc CD changer, top box spoiler, pillion armrests and tank pad.
- 2002-2003: Red, silver, green
- 2004-2005: Red, silver, blue
- 2006-2009: Red, silver, black
- 2010-2016: Black, silver, red, blue
- 2017: Black, red, blue
If you see a white bike it's likely to be an ex-Police ST1300P model.
2007: Updated for Euro 4 compliance.
Did You Know?
The Police version makes a brief appearance in The World's End
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How many bikes like this are around, by year of production, including those licensed for use on the road and those off the road with a Statutory Off Road Notification (SORN).
|Year||On The Road||Off The Road||Total Around|
RM/2002/010, issued 04/11/2002, affected 1,096 bikes
Due to the shape of the oil pan there is a possibility that under certain road and riding conditions it may make contact with a road projection such as a Sleeping Policeman or kerb. Any such contact may cause damage. In the worst case, engine oil may leak from the damaged area onto the rear tyre.
- Build Dates: 21/03/2002 to 05/07/2002
- JH2SC51C92M000538 to JH2SC51C82M001342
- JH2SC51A82M001131 to JH2SC51A32M003899
RM/2005/003, issued 11/07/2005, affected 8,687 bikes
It has been identified that on affected machines equipped with a CBS - combined braking system the height of the lip seal within the Proportional Control Valve (PCV) unit may be incorrect, which may result in brake fluid leakage. Should the machine be used in this condition, the rear brake may eventually become inoperative.
- Build Dates: 01/01/2002 to 31/12/2002
- JH2RC46A*2M403633 to JH2RC46A*2M406589
- JH2RC46C*2M402118 to JH2RC46C*2M404613
- JH2RC46A*4M600002 to JH2RC46A*4M601920
- JH2RC46C*3M500001 to JH2RC46C*3M502743
- JH2RC46A*3M500001 to JH2RC46A*3M504286
- JH2SC51A*2M007062 to JH2SC51A*2M007068
- JH2SC51C*2M000014 to JH2SC51C*2M001909
- JH2SC35A*4M700001 to JH2SC35A*4M701984
- JH2SC51A*4M200003 to JH2SC51A*4M202569
- JH2SC35A*3M600001 to JH2SC35A*3M601468
- JH2SC35A*2M502000 to JH2SC35A*2M504135
- VTMSD02A02E100242 to VTMSD02A02E100301
- VTMSD02A03E100002 to VTMSD02A03E100241
- VTMSD02A04E100002 to VTMSD02A04E100181
- VTMSD02C04E000001 to VTMSD02C04E000240
- 1HFSC47A34A300191 to 1HFSC47A54A301200
- 1HFSC47A43A200051 to 1HFSC47A23A200890
- 1HFSC47A72A101111 to 1HFSC47A72A101170
RM/2004/031, issued 11/07/2005, affected 2,873 bikes
The battery ground line connector within the wiring harness may overheat due to insufficient capacity of the connector. The result will be a bad connection and an open circuit which will affect the operation of the fuel pump and the bank angle sensor which may cause the engine to cut out.
- Build Dates: 01/12/2002 to 01/12/2004
- JH2SC51C*2M000538 to JH2SC51C*2M001841
RM/2011/017, issued 11/08/2011, affected 706 bikes
It is possible that the rear brake reservoir hose could be chaffed by the speed sensor guide bolt on the rear swinging arm. This could result in abrasion damage and a subsequent fluid leak. Should this occur, air could enter the system and the rear brake function could be lost.
- Build Dates: 01/01/2008 to 31/12/2008
- JH2SC51B88M600001 to JH2SC51BX8M600775
- JH2SC51C88K610001 to JH2SC51C98K610007
- JH2SC51A59K700089 to JH2SC51A69K701865
- JH2SC51C79K700001 to JH2SC51C99K700047
- JH2SC51A38M600009 to JH2SC51A38M601662
- JH2SC51B98K610001 to JH2SC51B28K610051
- JH2SC51B89K700001 to JH2SC51B59K701297
- JH2SC51C78M600002 to JH2SC51C68M600054
- JH2SC51A38K610003 to JH2SC51A88K610174