Does anyone have a standard Pan?

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Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby Gareth R » 16 Jan 2013, 14:18

Well........... :?:

I don't and the last one wasn't either
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby Cammy ST11 » 16 Jan 2013, 14:22

Apart from the heated grips (Oxford) and the stainless exhaust (Motad) then yes. I do not do farkles. Too little time, not enough knowledge and too ham fisted.
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby BURNOUT1 » 16 Jan 2013, 14:37

Right at this moment mine is totally STOC. But I got it several months ago. Currently replacing all of the maintenance items, etc. Will start farkeling this spring.

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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby alans1100 » 16 Jan 2013, 14:51

Let's see:-
towbar and wiring for the trailer........essential
OEM rear rack and after-market top case......essential for two people if I don't take trailer
driving lights......essential out here if you need to ride at night.
throttle lock........essential on long distance riding out here (cruise control would better)
dash shelf.......just added to improve GPS location......might add mount for camera as well
12 volt power supply......essential (powers gps, charges phones and inflates/deflates air bed)

Replaced screen 10 cm taller .....OEM no longer servicable (still have)
Replaced Seat with a Gel one ......OEM needed recovering (still have)

That's all i needed to do.

but replacing OEM fork springs with progressive on next fork seal repair.
Replacing rear shock with progressive one
Update driving lights to HID
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby mbrST1100 » 16 Jan 2013, 15:50

Are we talking about farkels or having the alphabet soup of an ABS-II/CBS/TCS plumbing aboard?

Let's see...
standard model, no ABS (I have my reasons...)
Higher screen by SECDEM
2 pcs 2-tone snail-type horns (for those dumb cell users, AKA the latte shooter, as some might just throw their morning coffee agains the neat roof padding of their brand new car :twisted: )
Middleton parking brake, self-explanatory
GPS cradle attached, power and audio-out hardwired
Stereo controls attached
Auctocom PTT switchblock
Kenwood TK series radio, with hidden aux antenna for increased range
Visaton Marine fairing speakers
Bagster tank bra to fit Bagster tank bag on long hauls
hardwired outlets for rider/pillion autocom (no crappy BT on my mount)
OEM carrier stay and both sizes of OEM top case avail: 26ltr as well as 36ltr, selectable whith whom an how far I'm going, both TCs modded with new OEM style locks, and recoded barrels so both will open with one key (avoids those arkward moments ;-) )
A largely modyfied Sony car stereo, with IceLink I/F for the iPod as infinite juke-box set to [random]+[shuffle]
a 45cm/18" FM/AM aerial on the LHS pannier
The trusty Acutocom ProM1
RedAlert alarm system with demobilizer, etc...

So, that was the 'civil' '00 model for daily use.
The other '94 ST1100 is a whole other thing in this regard... :D
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby zebedeee » 16 Jan 2013, 16:59

NO.........:lol:

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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby Pieter Huizinga » 16 Jan 2013, 17:07

No. I don't have a standard Pan. :no_no:
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby BB08 MCN » 16 Jan 2013, 17:19

no.. :bmwkick:
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby Forest 1100 » 16 Jan 2013, 18:16

I don't need no steenkin' farkles. Except for Heli bars, the Hondaline backrest and higher wattage H4 bulbs, it is bone stock.
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Re: Does anyone have a standard Pan?

Postby Paul Lingard » 16 Jan 2013, 18:27

I love this
well apart from Motad exhaust
except Heli bars
The count still reads Zero then
Now what about Adams.......it's a 1996 model ST1100 No problem I bet a million bucks I can find something that is not standard.....what tyres you got on there Adam.... ;) :lol:
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