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Old August 3rd, 2014   #11
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Certain year models, 03,04,07, just call out for the dark smoked Sport Shield offered by Cee Bailey.

http://www.ceebaileys.com/honda/st1300ws.html


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Old August 3rd, 2014   #12
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Yep. Missed it entirely. I just read things too fast sometimes. Time is a limiting factor in my life. Thanks for pointing it out.

However he got here, I'm glad he made it. They should all be here.

And, I stopped drinking on Wednesday. Yeah, I know, only a few days, but still. I just can't stomach (pun intended) the constant calories anymore.
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Old August 3rd, 2014   #13
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Old August 3rd, 2014   #14
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Welcome. Congratulations on purchasing the fastest color ST. The SuperFastBallisticBlueBomb is by far the fastest of the STs.

Don't worry about Chaissos losing his Texas citizenship. He ain't from there anyways... Also, Texas does have a coast line. A really long coast line and the Gulf of Mexico also is a great source for crabs and other swimming goodies.
Yeah I know about the TX Gulf Coast- Galveston, Houston, Corpus Christi, etc. all the way on down to Brownsville Way I hear it, eating seafood from that area saves you from having to do any extra work when sauteing anything you pull out- it all comes pre-oiled.

And although TX has a coast, as I understand it San Antonio is a mighty far piece from any salt water other than the sweat of the locals.

Ennyhoo- it's been large fun and I look forward to lots more badinage and bs. in amongst the material of actual value on the site. I feel welcome already!
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Old August 3rd, 2014   #15
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The best deal on a new screen often comes from ST owners (such as myself) who have pristine OEM screens sitting around after they replaced them with aftermarket screens.
I currently use a V-stream, for me (my height, riding style etc) works much better. Just sayin' you might not want to go for a honda OEM replacement at list price
unfortunately, I am in Canada and shipping my screen would be too difficult and not cost effective.
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Thanks for the tip. I thought about posting a "Screen Wanted" note come February or March, and may actually do so based on this info.

For now, since summer in the DC area is what it is (permanent Memorial Day to Labor Day forecast is "hazy, hot, and humid; highs in the middle 90's; 50 percent chance of scattered afternoon / evening thunderstorms, some of them locally heavy") I just ride with the thing all the way down and gaze possessively over all the open road in front of me.

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Certain year models, 03,04,07, just call out for the dark smoked Sport Shield offered by Cee Bailey.

http://www.ceebaileys.com/honda/st1300ws.html


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Welcome to the forum, IBIKE.
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Old August 4th, 2014   #18
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Yeah I know about the TX Gulf Coast- Galveston, Houston, Corpus Christi, etc. all the way on down to Brownsville Way I hear it, eating seafood from that area saves you from having to do any extra work when sauteing anything you pull out- it all comes pre-oiled.

And although TX has a coast, as I understand it San Antonio is a mighty far piece from any salt water other than the sweat of the locals.

Ennyhoo- it's been large fun and I look forward to lots more badinage and bs. in amongst the material of actual value on the site. I feel welcome already!
You are correct. Something Red (most others here, and soon you, too) knows is that I'm actually from New England. I know what real lobster is, and how to eat it. I've spent lots of time all up and down the East Coast. Lived in Florida for years, and am trying to get back there now.

You can talk all you want about that area, I'm very familiar.
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