GL 1500 Goldwing 92


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Nlmman47
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GL 1500 Goldwing 92

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Hello
i recently bought an 92 goldwing that has been setting for a number of years.It has some cosmetic issues but overall in good shape.i am waiting for a key to check everything but im sure it has some gas issues and i hope thats all but i notice the carbs was slightly gum up i used a screwdriver to move the the diaphragms to slide again. but i not sure how bad its. is there anything i can pour down the carb to let it soak to help in this issue. i probably going to have to rebuild cars but i just want to see if i can get it some free first, it might not be to bad, i got to rebuild clutch master cylinder the lever is like its broke. can anybody have any suggestion what i can do on the initial checks. i could loose on this bike bought for 300.


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Re: GL 1500 Goldwing 92

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Re: GL 1500 Goldwing 92

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At least it wasn't free. There is nothing more expensive than a free motorcycle.
Replace the old fuel and add some Seafoam. If you're lucky it might come around. Be aware that it could take several tankfulls before it will idle smooth, if it ever does.
Otherwise plan on rebuilding the carbs. (Don't use cheap kits)
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