Pan European ST 1300 (2011)

PAN EUROPEAN ST 1300 (2011)

Description:

Providing breathtaking acceleration when you want it as well as the power to carry a full load for long distances, the Pan European is one of the most popular tourers on the road. It’s powered by an impressive fuel injected V4 engine that’s known for smooth, powerful acceleration and long-running reliability. Low centralised mass makes the machine stable and easy to handle at any speed. It’s surprisingly nimble for its size, making it ideal for cross-city as well as cross-continental journeys.

The Pan European bodywork is elegant, aerodynamic and conceals considerable luggage space with integrated panniers as standard equipment. Sculpted to slice through the wind, it also provides good weather protection and integrates a push-button adjustable windscreen. The unique height-adjustable seat is designed to provide all-day comfort for both rider and passenger.

High-performance suspension systems easily handle heavy loads and enhance comfort and enjoyment whilst compact and lightweight Combined ABS ensures confident, smooth and responsive stopping power.

A wide range of optional touring equipment is available including extra carrying capacity to make the most of the bike’s touring potential.

Pan European

MECHANICAL FEATURES
Motor:V4 90 °, 4-stroke 16-valve, DOHC (double overhead camshaft Tree)
Cooling:Liquid
Displacement:1,261 cc
Bore / Stroke:78 x 66 mm
Compression Ratio:10.8: 1
Maximum Power:126.44 hp (93 kW) / 8,000 rpm
Maximum Torque:125 Nm / 6,000 rpm
Idle Speed:1,000 rpm
Oil Capacity:4.7 liter
Carburization:PGM-FI electronic fuel injection.
Diameter Butterfly:36 mm
Air Filter:Dry, cartridge-type paper
Ignition System:Digital transistorized with electronic advance control.
Power Forward:8 º BTDC (idle) – 35 ° BTDC (3,500 rpm)
Sparkplug Type:CR7EH-9 (NGK); W22FER9 (DENSO)
On:Digital Electronic CDI
Start:Electrical
Battery Capacity:12 V / 14 AH
Power Alternator:742 W
Lighthouses:12 V, 55 W x 2 (short) / 60 W x 2 (long)
Clutch:Wet, multiplate with coil springs
Clutch:Hydraulic
Transmission Type:5-speed
Primary Reduction:1.785 (75/42)
Foreign Exchange
1 st speed:2.571 (36/14)
2 nd Speed:1.722 (31/18)
3 rd speed:1,285 (27/21)
4 th speed:1.041 (25/24)
5 th speed:0.862 (25/29)
Final Reduction:2.833 (34/12)
Final Drive:Gimbal with integrated shock absorbers
STRUCTURE OF THE BIKE
Frame:Diamond, Double triple beam aluminum rectangular
Tilt:Aluminum double wishbone
Advance:98 mm
Launch angle:26 º
Turning Radius:2.9 m
Front Suspension:45 mm telescopic fork assisted by air, 120 mm travel
Rear Suspension:Conventional damper located on one side and extension spring preload adjustable, 123 mm axle travel
Front brake:Two floating discs combined 3-piston calipers, ABS and sintered metal pads
Diameter:310 x 5 mm
Rear brake:Disc with Combined 3-piston caliper, ABS and sintered metal pads
Diameter:316 x 7 mm
Front tire:18 M / C x MT 3.5 Aluminum with 3 sticks of hollow section
Rear tire:17 M / C x MT 5 Aluminum with 3 sticks of hollow section
Front Tire:120/70-ZR18 M / C (59W)
Rear tire:170/60-ZR 17 M / C (72W)
Front tire pressure:290 kPa
Rear tire pressure:290 kPa
GENERAL
Length:2,270 mm
Width:860 mm
Height:1,390 mm (1,630 mm with luggage)
Wheelbase:1,490 mm
Seat height:790 mm
Ground Clearance:135 mm
Weight in running order:324 kg (D: 153 kg, T: 171 kg), 329 kg (D: 152 kg, T: 177 kg)
Tank Capacity:29 liters (including LCD display with 5-liter reserve)
Maximum cargo capacity:196 kg
Weight loaded:525 kg (D: 186 kg, T: 339 kg)

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