Poll

This poll simply asks folks to click on one or the other.

I have a ES version of the Super Tenere.
97 (49%)
I have a non-ES version of any year.
101 (51%)

Total Members Voted: 198

Author Topic: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes  (Read 6256 times)

Offline hawk281

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #30 on: November 17, 2015, 10:44:57 am »
I don't care who has a an ES or not, please tell me that someone is making a differnt tank for the bike. Hopefully Plastic!!!!!!! ::021::

Offline Havok

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #31 on: November 18, 2015, 05:48:00 pm »
Start Rant: Took all my add-ons off of my 2012 with 31K on the odometer without a single issue (thank you Yamaha Goddess), found an new ES 1.5 hour drive away with the right price and available. Drove there in LA morning traffic  to complete the transaction, and guess what!

It wasn't an ES. someone at the Dealer could not tell the difference i guess. and 1 hour back through LA traffic. Thank you very much.

End Rant.

BTW the posting is still up and incorrect.

http://www.cycletrader.com/dealers/Thousand-Oaks-Powersports-783080/listing/2014-Yamaha-Super-T%26%23233%3Bn%26%23233%3Br%26%23233%3B-ES-113656240
1980 KE 175 (sold)
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Offline fredz43

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #32 on: November 18, 2015, 05:57:19 pm »
Start Rant: Took all my add-ons off of my 2012 with 31K on the odometer without a single issue (thank you Yamaha Goddess), found an new ES 1.5 hour drive away with the right price and available. Drove there in LA morning traffic  to complete the transaction, and guess what!

It wasn't an ES. someone at the Dealer could not tell the difference i guess. and 1 hour back through LA traffic. Thank you very much.

End Rant.

BTW the posting is still up and incorrect.

http://www.cycletrader.com/dealers/Thousand-Oaks-Powersports-783080/listing/2014-Yamaha-Super-T%26%23233%3Bn%26%23233%3Br%26%23233%3B-ES-113656240


What a bummer! Those pics in the ad are of an ES also.
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Offline vapexpr

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #33 on: November 18, 2015, 06:12:13 pm »
Start Rant: Took all my add-ons off of my 2012 with 31K on the odometer without a single issue (thank you Yamaha Goddess), found an new ES 1.5 hour drive away with the right price and available. Drove there in LA morning traffic  to complete the transaction, and guess what!

It wasn't an ES. someone at the Dealer could not tell the difference i guess. and 1 hour back through LA traffic. Thank you very much.

End Rant.

BTW the posting is still up and incorrect.

http://www.cycletrader.com/dealers/Thousand-Oaks-Powersports-783080/listing/2014-Yamaha-Super-T%26%23233%3Bn%26%23233%3Br%26%23233%3B-ES-113656240

1.5 hours in LA morning traffic!?!? That's gotta be at least 14 miles away.... ;)

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Offline Havok

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #34 on: November 18, 2015, 06:21:07 pm »
1.5 hours in LA morning traffic!?!? That's gotta be at least 14 miles away.... ;)

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1984 CR500 (sold unfortunately)
1986 KX 125 (sold)
1978 SR500 (crashed)
1991 K75S (crashed again)
2007 MTS 1100DS (sold)
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2015 ST1200 ES Ya baby!

Offline rtwpaul

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #35 on: November 19, 2015, 12:53:47 am »
I understand that point and would like to know that also, but the OP said the vendor looking into making a larger tank wanted to know what the % was of ES and non ES of any year. I don't understand what that has to do with tank size, but that is the info that he wanted. Of course there were a lot more non ES sold than ES if you consider the years before the ES was available, but evidently the 2012, 2013 owners are not responding to this poll, as right now it shows the ES is 46.5% and that can't be accurate if all years are considered.

fred

you might need to think outside the box on this one...there is a lot of space on the bike that can be used, but there is some differences in certain areas between the non ES and the ES and it is the use of this additional space that is the concern, but if the numbers/ interest is right maybe additional capacity might be available for both versions

sorry for all the cloak and dagger stuff but the manufacturer specifically asked me not to be...ahem...specific!!! Once i am given the all clear i will reveal and then we can start talking numbers, volume/ price etc

...but for now please be patient

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #36 on: November 19, 2015, 03:06:30 pm »
2015 non ES

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #37 on: November 19, 2015, 04:19:07 pm »
2015 ES ::021::

Offline Havok

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #38 on: November 19, 2015, 06:17:28 pm »
fred

you might need to think outside the box on this one...there is a lot of space on the bike that can be used, but there is some differences in certain areas between the non ES and the ES and it is the use of this additional space that is the concern, but if the numbers/ interest is right maybe additional capacity might be available for both versions

sorry for all the cloak and dagger stuff but the manufacturer specifically asked me not to be...ahem...specific!!! Once i am given the all clear i will reveal and then we can start talking numbers, volume/ price etc

...but for now please be patient

I found one, 2015, new with good discounts. And the dealer is 5 miles away. Picking up my ES on Saturday. Not a fan of the color but neither was I with my 2012. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME> :)
1980 KE 175 (sold)
1984 CR500 (sold unfortunately)
1986 KX 125 (sold)
1978 SR500 (crashed)
1991 K75S (crashed again)
2007 MTS 1100DS (sold)
2012 ST1200 (Sold)
2015 ST1200 ES Ya baby!

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #39 on: November 20, 2015, 10:32:40 am »
If I had the choice when I was buying my S10 in 2012 I would have gone with the ES for sure.
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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #40 on: November 20, 2015, 11:17:42 am »
I found one, 2015, new with good discounts. And the dealer is 5 miles away. Picking up my ES on Saturday. Not a fan of the color but neither was I with my 2012. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME> :)


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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #41 on: November 21, 2015, 06:07:33 pm »
I just voted as a 2012 Non ES, though I am thinking about a newer ES model


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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #43 on: January 05, 2016, 08:07:33 pm »
15 non-ES.  I'm waiting on my Ohlins to arrive for about the same difference in price. 

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Re: Just looking for a percentage of ES to non-ES bikes
« Reply #44 on: January 05, 2016, 11:08:54 pm »
15 non-ES.  I'm waiting on my Ohlins to arrive for about the same difference in price.

Same price for back, but not front, I assume? I had almost $3,000 in my Ohlins front and back setup on my 12.
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