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bobwhitmore

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bobwhitmore says:

ST 1300 pan european

Hi is there any other ST1300 pan owners that have had a cylinder go down on them.

 Not had a proper look yet but any info to what it might be plugs or coils or known problem.

:upset:

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storm29

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Posts: 88

storm29 says:

cylinder down

there is no problem of cylinders going down on ST1300's that i am aware of, in terms of it being a re-occuring thing. When was the last time you had the bike serviced and what mileage are you on now?

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parapanfan

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parapanfan says:

I had a broken plug lead which made it run like a three-legged pig!

Check your plugs and connections before taking it to a stealer!

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bobwhitmore

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bobwhitmore says:

st 1300 pan

Hi thanks for reply

Its done about 23,000 and started on friday on way back from having its mot.

 Just had a look at the serviced shedule its about due.

It started / heard it at about 30 mph with screen up and got worse to a point it was poppin badly and no power when going up my drive her in doors though it was a banger.

I will check plug leads and plugs first then off to honda man  if no look.

Cheers Bob.:smile

 

 

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

mot/service

It`s a pity you can`t find a service/m.o.t. garage because more is checked on a full service than a m.o.t. and they can`t charge you twice for the same job.:smile

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MCN_Sam

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MCN_Sam says:

ST1300 problems

It might be worth sending an email to Chris Dabbs for some advice chris.dabbs@motorcyclenews.com

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bobwhitmore

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bobwhitmore says:

pan on three pots

Found the problem one of the coils gone down new one £ 96.00 plus a set of plugs and service  for a total £390.00 dont sound bad when said fast. :smile

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Boult

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Boult says:

So

they are ignited like modern cars then - a 'coil' pack for each cylinder?

Remember VW had a bad batch of coils about 5 years ago - fixed under warranty back then - could that be worth a try?

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