2004 Honda ST1300 ABS Review

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2004 Honda ST1300 ABS
2004 Honda ST1300 ABS

2004 Honda ST1300 ABS
2004 Honda ST1300 ABS


2004 Honda ST1300 ABS Review

2004 Honda ST1300 ABS

The raising the sport-touring standard…

Since 1991, Honda’s ST has set the standard for sport-touring excellence. The 2004 Honda ST1300 ABS—with its potent longitudinally mounted V-4, electronically adjustable windshield and Anti-lock Brakes—continues that legacy, and in a new Pearl Dark Blue color with silver-colored wheels to boot.

2004 Honda ST1300 ABS Key Features

 


 

2004 Honda ST1300 ABS – Specifications/Technical Details
USA MSRP Price: $14,499 USD
Canadian MSRP Price: See dealer for pricing in CDN

DIMENSIONS
Weight 648 lbs.

Wheelbase 58.7 in.

Seat Height 31.1 in. (+/- 0.6 in.)

ENGINE
Engine 1261cc liquid-cooled longitudinally mounted 90-degree V-4, DOHC; four valves per cylinder

Displacement 1261cc

Bore x Stroke 78.0mm x 66.0mm

Compression Ratio 10.8:1

Carburetion PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit

Fuel Capacity 7.7 gal.

Ignition Computer-controlled digital with three-dimensional mapping and electronic advance

DRIVETRAIN
Transmission 5-speed

Final Drive Shaft

BRAKES/WHEELS/TIRES
Brakes Front: Dual full-floating 310mm discs with LBS three-piston calipers with Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Rear: Single 316.0mm disc with LBS three-piston caliper with Anti-lock Braking System

Tires Front: 120/70ZR-18
Rear: 170/60ZR-17

OPERATIONAL
Suspension Front: 45mm HMAS cartridge fork; 4.6-inch travel
Rear: HMAS gas-charged single shock with five-position spring-preload adjustability; 4.8-inch travel

OTHER
Colors
Pearl Dark Blue

Suggested Starting Price shown does not include tax, title, or destination charge. Dealer prices may vary.

 

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