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Nice ST4s, Congrats! I recently purchased a yellow 2002 ST4s with 10,700 miles and am looking forward to getting involved on this website (I'm a new member) for all the information & advice it offers.
I've always liked the ST's and, at my age (62) the ergonomics are plenty sporty for me. Never had a bike with a dry clutch...it's something! Best, Steve

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Looks like there are some very nice upgrades on that machine!
Yes Mk2 Seat, so much better than Mk1. Carbon Front Mudgaurd and the headlight set (name escapes me)
I would check to see if the owner has change gearing and condition of connectors. i don't see the linking brake line across the top of the mudguard or is the angle wrong? Cables across the mudgaurd may be non standard?
 

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Yes Mk2 Seat, so much better than Mk1. Carbon Front Mudgaurd and the headlight set (name escapes me)
I would check to see if the owner has change gearing and condition of connectors. i don't see the linking brake line across the top of the mudguard or is the angle wrong? Cables across the mudgaurd may be non standard?
I don't think the ST4S come with 4pad brembos like the 749/999...are those an upgrade? Pretty sure those are upgraded brembo "supersport" rotors as well. I see some nice levers, a dp headlight, arrow pipes, maybe cyclecat risers?
 

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I don't think the ST4S come with 4pad brembos like the 749/999...are those an upgrade? Pretty sure those are upgraded brembo "supersport" rotors as well. I see some nice levers, a dp headlight, arrow pipes, maybe cyclecat risers?
Good eye, calipers have been upgraded with the 4 pad brembos. Good thing for the owner to know when pad change time comes. That explains why the brake line routing is unusual (custom lines needed).

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