Honda ST1100

91-00

CRB-H27-1.0   $139.95
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Standard drop-in carb kit

Easy to install and tune - no slide drilling.
Adds more low-end / midrange, if the proper main jet is selected, more topend power.
Works well and pretty simple tuning is normal. Has enough different options to do most commercial aftermarket exhaust systems.

ST1100  Microbearing Detent Arm
2-3 weeks handling time - no core charge)


$89.95

ST1100  91-03

replaces 24430-MT3-000 arm
no gasket supplied

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ST1100  Microbearing Detent Arm

Make shifting quicker and virtually eliminate missed shifts.  

Bring your shifting up to Law Enforcement Duty levels.

This is the FP Microbearing detent arm.

Reduces shift drum friction for more precise shifting - quicker shifts, virtually eliminates missed shifts.

For installation - refer to Honda Service manual - This install is more complex than most kits.

Feedback

This is for a car, with not much of an airbox, using the above kit with larger main jets.

Hello Marc.
I just got it back from the rolling road to-day. Pilot standard U.K. 40. Needles on 4th setting and 160 main jets. 87BHP at the wheels. It was only very recently that I found out about Gerry "Jack" Frost, who has moved from Bradford,England.:Alias, Hole Shot Racing. I think you might be aware of them. It will be a little while before I get the car on the road again...Government paper work!
 Regards Liam S.
 


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