The 2005 Honda ST1300 represents the fourth model year of the sport-touring motorcycle from Honda. Powering the 2005 Honda ST1300 is a fuel-injected, four-stroke, liquid-cooled longitudinal V-4 engine, which has a total of 16 intake valves. It displaces at 1,300 cubic centimeters, and the bike is Designed for Sport Touring, which explains the bike’s name. The engine on the 2005 Honda ST1300 pumps out 125 horsepower at 8,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) and 85 pound-feet of torque at 6,000 RPM. ST1300 engine is mated to a five-speed manual transmission. The powertrain on the bike produces a fuel economy of 35 miles per gallon. For fuel, Honda gave the 2005 ST1300 a gas tank with a peak capacity of 7.7 gallons, with a 2.2-gallon reserve. It has an all-wheel hydraulic disc brake system. It comprises a 12.2-inch (310-mm) dual disc at the front; and a slightly larger, 12.4-inch (316-mm) single disc at the back. The suspension on the 2005 Honda ST1300 consists of a thick 1.8-inch (45-mm) telescopic fork at the front and a light twin-sided aluminum swing arm with shock absorber at the back. Each bike gets front 18-inch and rear 17-inch aluminum wheels, both are wrapped in tubeless tires. Digital instrumentation is generous, with the dashboard loaded with a clock, tachometer, trip odometer, trip computer, speedometer, and temperature and fuel level warning gauges. The 2005 Honda ST1300 has two vinyl, color matched side cases with a peak capacity of 15.9 gallons. These are in addition to the bike’s glove box, under-seat and lockable compartments, and a place for keeping a helmet. A power windshield was installed on each bike to keep off wind and debris, I have shown it in the pictures with the shield in both the low, and the high position. A halogen headlight serves as a visibility enhancer. The 2005 Honda ST1300 was designed as a super-performance motorcycle, blessed with sharp and controlled handling, supreme braking power, and a monster engine. However, it has other great attributes to consider, including storage space and relative lightness. This bike is a blast to ride, give us a call or stop in today to check it out!! Fully serviced. We did install new tires, both front, and rear. We have also re-sealed the front forks in our service dept. It is ready to ride!!!