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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by Stew » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:08 pm



aj1500 - Yep, one of those fun to have skills!
brettchallenger - I've been wondering about those, may have to look into them.

So I think I'm just about done de-chroming the Goldwing, I got my latest part order in




The top two pieces from my part order are the bolt covers for the handlebar mounted master cylinders, before and after:




And the screw is to replace the missing radiator fan shroud screw I discovered when replacing the left handlebar switch assembly. Someone had been in that area previously and felt that two screws was over-engineering it I guess, screw number 16 in the following picture. I can say with a high level of confidence it wasn't my dad so that only leaves sloppy dealer service as the culprit.




I'm finally satisfied with the fit of the new (not chrome) painted fairing deflector screw caps, although I'm still deciding if they were worth the crazy price:




So the only remaining chrome bits are this piece around the trunk lock cylinder. I think I'll leave that, it protects the paint but does look a little funny next to the gold emblems.




The chrome radio knobs, they're ok for now, I'm not sure the original radio is even staying just yet.




And finally these caps on top of the forks... I am actually not sure if those are factory or not, let me know if you know for sure.




Previously I took off the chrome trim from the sides and replaced with new OEM black trim pieces and hardware:




It's not that I'm anti-chrome... it's just that I'm not a big fan of random chrome bits :P ! If anyone lives nearby and wants these chrome parts for free drop me a line otherwise they're going in the garbage. Hope I'm not bugging you guys with these insignificant updates :) , I just know that I get enjoyment from following progress on other people's bikes and cars when they post updates in threads they have. Cheers!


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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by WingAdmin » Wed Nov 29, 2017 7:14 pm

The fork caps are aftermarket. The OEM ones are black plastic.

I did the same de-chroming job to my GL1500 when I got it. Too much shiny stuff in the cockpit blinding me on a sunny day!!

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Post by Mag » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:54 pm

Look what I found... (I think this thread is now really hi-jacked)...

- https://www.ebay.com/itm/Honda-GoldWing ... 1476299039

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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by Hoosier Jack » Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:44 am

I enjoy the "insignificant" details. Helps everybody. I like chrome myself and have put a couple of pieces on, but it can easily go too far and I hate anything that will blind me with glare in the daytime. I have a piece of console chrome in my car that does that. I wish that when I had my motor out that I would have painted it black. I've since seen them black and they are so cool.

Keep going sir.

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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by brettchallenger » Thu Nov 30, 2017 1:26 pm

Too much shiny stuff in the cockpit blinding me on a sunny day!!
What are these "sunny days" you western colonials speak of so much?
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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by Stew » Sun Dec 03, 2017 5:25 pm

WingAdmin - thanks for the info on the fork caps, I agree... less thinks to reflect sunlight the better although we don't seem to get much sunlight up in these parts :|

Good finds on the models! I like the plastic kits you build yourself but may have to grab the diecast if that's all there is.

So my latest Goldwing update: I was bored one day and watching motorcycle videos on YouTube and started seeing some on motorcycle theft and how quick it can happen :x . This is an area where the Goldwing's weight is an advantage, it's not going to be thrown in a truck like a smaller bike but just the same I got a lock. I decided on the Kryponite New York Fahgettaboudit. Yeah, it can be picked almost as quick as you can open it with a key (see LockPickingLawyer on YouTube picking this lock), however most attacks seem to be with angle grinders and not picking, but on top of that LockPickingLawyer indicates that disc detainer type lock cores like on this are a little more difficult to pick than other types although you wouldn't think that watching him pick it.

At any rate, this lock has the thickest shackle I saw at 18mm, is all hardened steel and both ends of the shackle are locked in so it takes two cuts to remove it. It will fit in the front or rear wheel but the rear wheel is harder to remove, and at a more awkward position to grind or pick so that's where I'm going to use it.









As I heard mentioned, if someone wants your bike they are going to get it, the idea is to make it more of a hassle than other bikes that are not as secured. You know, the 'outrun the bear' ideology lol, you don't have to outrun the bear, only run faster than the other guy!
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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by MikeB » Mon Dec 04, 2017 2:12 am

The biggest problem with a wheel lock is you will forget it is there and try to take off with it in place. It will do some damage and you will be kicking yourself.

You will find that very very few Gold Wings are stolen. I have not heard of any stolen here in the Northwest but maybe I have a sheltered life.
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Post by brettchallenger » Mon Dec 04, 2017 3:37 am

The biggest problem with a wheel lock is you will forget it is there and try to take off with it in place
Not really an issue for Goldwings I know, but the same problems apply to disc locks as well.
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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by newday777 » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:32 am

Hey there Stew from another Stew
I had a 99 SE. A friend left it to me.
It was chromed to the hilts. I did some dechroming of it too.

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Post by WingAdmin » Mon Dec 04, 2017 7:01 pm

Take a big red ribbon or strap and attach it to that lock, then tie the ribbon to the handlebars. Just as a reminder that the lock is still installed.

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Post by Mag » Tue Dec 05, 2017 9:56 am

I wish I did that to a vtwin I had, put a lock on the front wheel so that no one would steal the bike easily, got on it one sunny warm a.m., and off I went.......for about a foot, then "CLUNK" there went the lock and the bike immediately fell. I rolled on the ground, felt stupid once I realized (immediately) what I did. Memory has been going south ever since, I think it was a sign too many brain cells were burnt early. Damn it ;)

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Re: New to me GL1500SE, so much good info here!

Post by Stew » Wed Dec 06, 2017 10:58 pm

Putting a visual reminder on the lock is a great idea :) . Newday777: hello fellow Stewart!

Another update... As I'm working through what was supposed to be a simple coolant flush, I've learned a little more about the bike and made a call to dad to see if he could provide any insight. He confirmed he did take it to the dealer when he saw coolant on his garage floor, that's got to explain the missing left side fan shroud bolt, stop leak in the coolant and overflow bottle cap not being seated.

The reason the dealer left off the fan shroud bolt is because there is a device right above it that prevents you from fitting it back in. I tried loosening it's mounting bolt and adjusting it out of the way but it wasn't moving.




To be able to fit the new bolt in I used the poor-mans lathe method and chucked the bolt in my drill, and with a file reduced the head diameter enough to fit and put a dot of red, ahem, nail polish, on it to keep track of it. And while I'm in there I'm replacing the awful looking foam weather stripping.




Other than that I've almost got the coolant leak fixed and flush finished, I'll update the thread on that with some pics in a few days.
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Post by Stew » Thu Dec 14, 2017 1:34 am

Got the weather stripping around the fan shrouds replaced a couple days ago. Also replaced but not pictured is the same weather stripping that goes around the vent openings to the leg heater vents in the fairing.

Here's the bad foam and the new stuff from the local auto parts store




With the foam peeled off but adhesive not yet removed




With the new foam, and in the background is my favorite adhesive remover




Yesterday I took the Goldwing out on a couple service calls instead of my car, putting almost 100 miles on it, mostly freeway. The weather was clear but in the high 30's and I've got to say those fairing heater vents and foot warmers do a pretty good job. Especially after some stop and go traffic with the coolant temp up a little, but with no heated gear and after the sun went down, I was getting a little chilly by the time I made it home. I am having such a fun time!
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Post by Stew » Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:50 pm

Stew wrote:
Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:52 pm
Grrr, it won't start. Was going to get a little bit of riding in today but I had a no-start condition, starter not engaging.

The secondary starter relay down by the back right side of the engine isn't clicking so the next things to look at is the primary starter relay next to the battery and the bank angle sensor next. Battery voltage is good. The only thing that's happened since I rode it last is taking panels off and giving everything a good scrubbing, wonder if I got water into something that didn't like being sprayed. Was just using a garden hose, no pressure washer.

I Removed the seat, battery and battery box so I could get better access to the primary starter relay, when I removed the connector to the relay there was a little sign of water getting in there. I manually energized it by connecting directly to the battery, it was energizing and I was getting correct continuity readings across the posts. I clicked it on and off several times to give it a workout, cleaned the connectors with a toothbrush and reconnected the battery.

Success, the starter is now engaging, hooray! Now I'll stop worrying that I broke something and hope I get another opportunity to take it out for a little more practice soon. Even just unplugging and reconnecting the connectors was probably enough to clean up the poor connection but I'm glad it wasn't something more serious. Whew!
Finally a little bit of nice weather, took the Goldwing out to get some miles on her yesterday and today.

I had this same no-start condition quoted above earlier today, when I pressed the starter button I heard crickets chirping , it's as if I wasn't actually pressing it, no clicks or anything. The ignition was on, all lights came on normally, the neutral light was illuminated, I pulled the reverse lever in and out a couple times but nothing, clutch lever position didn't matter. I finally compression started it and made it home fine.

Back at home same thing after I shut it off... for the first two tries then it starts working normally. So much for troubleshooting :x . Guess I'll have to wait until whatever's wrong fails for good and in the mean time make sure to park facing downhill when I can.
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Post by Stew » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:39 pm

Weather was nice today so I thought I'd investigate the low engagement point of the foot brake. Didn't take long to figure it out... both sets of front pads looked fine but that back brake :shock: I think my dad was a foot brake only kind of guy! That piston looks like it's screaming "I'm giving her all she's got captain!" Incredibly there must be a paper thin bit of pad left on that left one because the disc is not scored.


Oh and it looks like that rear tire is coming up on 10 years old :(


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Post by WingAdmin » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:45 pm

Keep in mind the rear brake pedal actuates the rear brakes AND the left front brake, so you might want to check it as well.

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Post by Stew » Thu Mar 01, 2018 8:53 pm

Yeah that's what I remember reading here although the left front wasn't bad. Is it normal for the back to wear more quickly than the linked front like I'm seeing or do they typically wear more evenly?
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Post by Stew » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:04 pm

Got the new rear pads installed and cleaned up/re-greased all the floating/sliding points and... the brake pedal was only marginally better. I know that disc brakes are self adjusting but the caliper pistons were out far enough I guess I thought maybe they'd just reached the end of their ability to extend out any further causing the low pedal.

Reading all the threads about what a pain the 1500 rear master cylinder was to get at to rebuild it had me worried but FORTUNATELY a complete flush/bleed with some new DOT4 fluid had the pedal feeling much much better. Whew, another thing I can check off my list :)
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Post by Stew » Sun Mar 04, 2018 5:11 pm

Earlier this morning I ran to the store to get an ingredient for dinner so I took the Goldwing. Holy smokes this motorcycle can actually stop now! Up until this morning I was really just using the front brake because of the almost non-existent foot brake. I've always been more of a front brake user anyway, even on my dirt bikes, but just the one right front disc brake struggles to slow down this heavy bike. Not anymore. With the foot brake nice and firm, and especially combined with the front brake, this bike can slow down, post haste. I know, big surprise lol.

All front pads still looked good and I stuck with genuine Honda OEM pads on the rear.



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Post by WingAdmin » Tue Mar 06, 2018 9:17 am

Stew wrote:
Sun Mar 04, 2018 5:11 pm
Earlier this morning I ran to the store to get an ingredient for dinner so I took the Goldwing. Holy smokes this motorcycle can actually stop now! Up until this morning I was really just using the front brake because of the almost non-existent foot brake. I've always been more of a front brake user anyway, even on my dirt bikes, but just the one right front disc brake struggles to slow down this heavy bike. Not anymore. With the foot brake nice and firm, and especially combined with the front brake, this bike can slow down, post haste. I know, big surprise lol.

All front pads still looked good and I stuck with genuine Honda OEM pads on the rear.

rearbrakepads.jpg
The GL1500 has very strong brakes when they are working properly. I have managed to lock up my rear wheel and my front wheel (not at the same time!!) during hard braking before, on a few occasions. I also use OEM pads, I've tried various aftermarket pads and come back to OEM - they consistently work the best, and make the least amount of dust.

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Post by minimac » Wed Mar 07, 2018 12:09 pm

Here's another guy that sticks with O.E.M. pads. Having tried metallics, I found them to be marginally better, but made the costly mistake of letting the rear pads wear down. They seemed to wear well until about halfway, then rapidly became used up. An expensive rotor cured me.

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Post by Stew » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:02 pm

Definitely glad to hear people are happy with the performance of Honda pads :).

I made a decision on what to do with the radio for now. Yesterday I went to my local Best Buy and got the Car & Driver brand cassette adapter and a cheap $30 Sandisk 8GB mp3 player. The mp3 player is on the small side to see the display while riding, and pressing the buttons with gloves took a steady hand but I tested it out today and it wasn't that bad.

The mp3 player is held in place with velcro, and if I eventually need more storage you can insert a micro SD card. The battery life is 18 hours between charges which is plenty, and eventually I'll install the 12v socket I bought so I'll be able to plug it in. I finally have my tunes 8-). Does anyone local want to trade their original gray plastic radio knobs for these chrome ones? I don't like chrome.






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I'll trade you! Send me your info in a PM.

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Post by Stew » Sat Apr 07, 2018 2:13 pm

Earlier when I first got this Goldwing from my dad I had ridden around in some pretty cold (but dry) weather and was impressed with the heater vents in the lower fairings. I must not have paid very close attention to which lever position was cold air and which was hot air because as I was replacing the sub filter yesterday I noticed that at some point I had the levers up thinking it was the hot air position. Time for some ginkgo biloba I guess :lol: .

To remind me I grabbed a red and blue Sharpie and made a couple dots next to the hot and cold positions so I won't mix them up in the future.


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Post by MikeB » Sat Apr 07, 2018 2:48 pm

That's a great idea Stew. I like it.


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