Only eleven parts for S models, but ALL such worldwide

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Re: Only a few parts for S models, but all such worldwide

Postby alans1100 » 04 Jul 2014, 06:21

The same part on 1100S, 1100AS and 1100PS

1. CASE, ALTERNATOR; part number 31133-MT3-003 ;
2. COVER ASSY., ALTERNATOR; part number 31130-MT3-003 .

The same part on 1100S, 1100AS

3. RECTIFIER ASSY., REGULATE; part number 31600-MS2-601.

The 1100PS

3. RECTIFIER ASSY., REGULATE; part number 31600-MZ9-900.

ABS don't apply
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Re: Only a few parts for S models, but all such worldwide

Postby David W » 05 Jul 2014, 23:56

Alan has provided parts information for police and standard/plain Pans/STs.

So, we are shifting into second gear here and are using the following shorthand notations for both Pan and ST1100 alike:

1100 Plain Pan or Standard ST1100
1100A ABS Pan or ST
1100P Police Pan or ST. (Clarified in another post below.)

I would add the following four 1995 1100AS parts which were discussed in Alan's swing arm thread:

6. RETAINER (part of the rear brake bracket) 43112-MT3-006
7. CALIPER SUB ASSY., RR. BRAKE (NISSIN) 43150-MAJ-G01 (without brake pads)
8. SWINGARM ASSY. 52100-MY3-780
9. DRIVER UNIT, MOTOR (part of the Fairing or Cowl Stay parts grid) No such part on a '95 1100AS, 1100S or 1100PS.

That last part, the "motor driver unit" will show up when we shift into third gear and list the corresponding parts for the 1996 T models. (That part was fitted only to the 1100AT models.) That last parenthetical remark will be corrected in another post below.
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Re: Only a few parts for S models, but all such worldwide

Postby alans1100 » 06 Jul 2014, 03:08

David W wrote:9. DRIVER UNIT, MOTOR (part of the Fairing or Cowl Stay parts grid) No such part on a '95 1100AS, 1100S or 1100PS.

That last part, the "motor driver unit" will show up when we shift into third gear and list the corresponding parts for the 1996 T models. (That part was fitted only to the 1100AT models.)


Not true........shows up on parts list from 1996 until 2002 or AT until A2.

In reference to your 1100P as the police version which is the normal use of the term for all years don't forget that some would see that as the 1993 1100.
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Re: Only eleven parts for S models, but all such worldwide

Postby David W » 07 Jul 2014, 02:50

David W wrote:... So, we are ... using the following shorthand notations for both Pan and ST1100 alike:

1100 Plain Pan or Standard ST1100
1100A ABS Pan or ST
1100P Police Pan or ST.
We should not need to use the letter P as a year code here; that third term "ST1100P" will not mean '93 Standard ST in this thread.
David W wrote:I would add the following ...:
9. DRIVER UNIT, MOTOR (part of the Fairing or Cowl Stay parts grid) No such part on a '95 1100AS, 1100S or 1100PS.

That last part, the "motor driver unit" will show up when we shift into third gear and list the corresponding parts for the 1996 T models. (That part was fitted only to the 1100AT models.)

That last parenthetical remark must be corrected to read, "That part was fitted only to the 1100A models, year codes T and later."

And speaking of the last part, here are a tenth and eleventh part which I will sneak in, before we move on:

10. VALVE ASSY., PROPORTIONING CONTROL 46200-MAJ-G41 No such part on a '95 1100AS, 1100S or 1100PS.
That last part, the "proportioning control valve assembly" will show up when we shift into third gear and list the corresponding parts for the 1996 AT models. (That part, like number 9, was fitted only to the 1100A models, year codes T and later.)

11. COOLER, ENGINE OIL (DENSO). Part number 15700-MT3-003. (This one may have not gone away for 1996, code T.)
It was found under Oil Pump.
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Re: Only eleven parts for S models, but all such worldwide

Postby David W » 12 Oct 2014, 23:11

So here is a summary for ABS S models, often denoted as ST1100AS, where the S is a year code for Honda model year '95. (These results are said to be for all such Pans and STs worldwide if they are ABS type and S vintage.)

Found on all such models:

1. CASE, ALTERNATOR; part number 31133-MT3-003,

2. COVER ASSY., ALTERNATOR; part number 31130-MT3-003,

3. RECTIFIER ASSY., REGULATE; part number 31600-MS2-601,

4. CONTROL UNIT, ABS; part number 38600-MY3-781,

5. MODULATOR ASSY., RR. ABS (NISSIN); part number 57100-MY3-782,

6. RETAINER (part of the rear brake bracket). 43112-MT3-006,

7. CALIPER SUB ASSY., RR. BRAKE (NISSIN, without brake pads). 43150-MAJ-G01,

8. SWING ARM ASSY. 52100-MY3-780, and

11. COOLER, ENGINE OIL (DENSO); part number 15700-MT3-003.

Not found on any such ABS S models:

9. DRIVER UNIT, MOTOR (part of the Fairing Stay grid). 39600-MAJ-G41, and

10. VALVE ASSY., PROPORTIONING CONTROL. 46200-MAJ-G41.

(We plan to compare that list after all we change is the vintage, from S to T, or the year from '95 to '96. But that will probably be done in a separate thread. Those of you interested in police or standard/plain models are welcome to supplement the above list with a similar one for your favorite S models.)
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