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Old November 26th, 2019, 10:35 PM   #1
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Monster 1100 EVO vs 1200

Considering changing the ST3 over and am thinking of going back to a Monster.
The two I have in mind is the 2013 1100 EVO or a 2013 to 2015-ish 1200. I'm aware that the 1100 is air cooled vs liquid cooled on the 1200.

Any comments or thoughts on the 1100 vs 1200 bike?
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Air cooled.. one less thing to go wrong.
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The 1200 is a completely different Monster than the 1100 EVO. Lots more power, newer technology, etc. I have the 1100 and its plenty of bike torque-wise. I upgraded the rear suspension to Ohlins as the stock Sachs which was not very confidence inspiring. Go take them both for a spin if you can. You wont be disappointed with either Id say


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