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    Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    I am very much anticipating a new ST or the likes SOON.
    I think that this idea will suit me just FINE !
    According to some articals I have read this is currently available in Europe as the new PanEuropean.

    Can anyone help verify this? Or am I just blinded by wishful thinking?? !!!
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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Nope.. doesn't exist.. just artists rendering based on what they think it will look like...

    You will know it when Honda wants you to know it.. LOL

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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Wishful thinking. Not out in Europe yet. The VFR with optional bags is, but not a new Pan (VFR1200T).
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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    But you can get one of these here and now A ST700
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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Quote Originally Posted by ChucksKLRST View Post
    But you can get one of these here and now A ST700
    Something about that ST700 ... it never gets dirty. Now that's some amazing Honda technology.
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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Quote Originally Posted by BakerBoy View Post
    Something about that ST700 ... it never gets dirty. Now that's some amazing Honda technology.
    Wil see if the Technology works when I go for the Tag next week.

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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Well....I just placed my order for a 2014. DCT-tranny w/the paddle shifter, heated grips, cruise control, heated seat, dual-accessory plugs, std. ABS, 1500cc, reverse, hydraulic centerstand, alarm system, digital gear indicator, single-sided swingarm, four color choices, (Forest Green is mine...) AND it all weighs in at #605 lbs. Yep, no answer back yet? Mmmmmm........

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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Quote Originally Posted by st1300doug View Post
    Well....I just placed my order for a 2014. DCT-tranny w/the paddle shifter, heated grips, cruise control, heated seat, dual-accessory plugs, std. ABS, 1500cc, reverse, hydraulic centerstand, alarm system, digital gear indicator, single-sided swingarm, four color choices, (Forest Green is mine...) AND it all weighs in at #605 lbs. Yep, no answer back yet? Mmmmmm........
    How much did it cost you?...... Or What would you really pay?
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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Reminds me of a Supertramp track...

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    Re: Honda doing away with the ST ??? Make way for the VFR1200T ??

    Quote Originally Posted by st1300doug View Post
    Well....I just placed my order for a 2014. DCT-tranny w/the paddle shifter, heated grips, cruise control, heated seat, dual-accessory plugs, std. ABS, 1500cc, reverse, hydraulic centerstand, alarm system, digital gear indicator, single-sided swingarm, four color choices, (Forest Green is mine...) AND it all weighs in at #605 lbs. Yep, no answer back yet? Mmmmmm........
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