Technical information and Q&A applicable to all years and models of Goldwings
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- Posts: 334
- Joined: Tue Dec 16, 2014 12:09 am
- Location: Lafollette, tennessee
- Motorcycle: 1982 GL1100 Interstate
hey guys i was wondering what is the difference in the models, jc whitney dont have hardly anything for the interstate but i put in standard and everything pops up?
Rick, 82 GL1100 Interstate
- Posts: 1156
- Joined: Sun Feb 17, 2013 6:41 pm
- Location: Alabama
- Motorcycle: 1975 GL1000 (gone)
1980 GL1100I (with '77 1000 engine)
1996 GL1500 SE
The standard was the unfaired, naked bike, the Interstate had fairing, bags and trunk, and the Aspencade was the Interstate plus on-board compressor, digital dash, vented rotors and other ammenities.
- Posts: 68
- Joined: Thu Apr 08, 2010 11:07 am
- Location: Centerton AR USA
- Motorcycle: 1980 GL1100 Interstate. 105,000miles and still going strong.(sold)
2001 BMW R1150 GS (possibly for sale soon)
1997 Gl1500 SE in pearl sapphire black.
If you're looking at a bike the easiest way to tell how it started life is by looking at the sticker on the steering head, GL110 for Standard, GL1100I for Interstate, and GL1100A for Aspencade.
- Posts: 278
- Joined: Sun Nov 30, 2014 2:30 am
- Location: puyallup,wa.
- Motorcycle: 1986 gl1200a aspencade . Honda xl600r, '68 z50, '82z50, '80cx500c, '00 klr250
my guess is because they are not selling body parts the "standard" in the listing is all that is necessary because most mechanical parts are the same.