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Not been on this forum for sometime
I have a couple of early Wings with a 1984 GL1200 Standard one of my favorite bikes. I have owned it for 7 years now and it has been a wonderful machine. Last year it started to act like the carbs needed cleaning and was not running well.
Once I have some time to outline the procedures I took to remedy the situation I will post these for the forum members to give me some insights and help. Needless to say the bike still has issues after a full carb rebuild, so I will leave the rest for a later date.
Glad to see there is a forum dedicated to this model as the early GL1000's are a different beast all together.

Cheers,


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#1 06-03-2018, 11:20 PM,
A lot of people resort to Sea Foam to keep the carbs clean rather than rebuilding.
The only stupid questions are the one's that are not asked.

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#2 06-04-2018, 08:45 AM,
Nice looking bike, really nice actually! Did you check for any vacuum leaks, maybe the old hose has a crack right where it hook on. The best mechanic once told me start with "the simple stuff" IE: spark plugs, wires and so on. Just a thought, I am usually resistant to mechanic in a can items but I do now use Seafoam in my 85 Limited and it does seem to make it run better.
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#3 08-21-2018, 10:48 AM,
I am so glad there is a forum just for these bikes. Goldwing Docs has a ton of information as well...
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#4 08-21-2018, 10:49 AM,


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