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 Post subject: 1987 1200-I
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Location: Lebanon, PA
Local time: May 22nd, 2018, 3:31 pm
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My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

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5/2017
59,100 miles

New:
oil/filter
timing belts
anti-freeze
brake fluid
clutch fluid
air filter
fuel filter

Checked:
final drive fluid
front/rear brake pads

Needs:
battery
suspension fluid checked

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 Post subject: Re: 1987 1200-I
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My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

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Starting point...

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 Post subject: Re: 1987 1200-I
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Location: Lebanon, PA
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My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

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Blown head gasket - 62,200

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Retired US Navy 1983-2003
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 Post subject: Re: 1987 1200-I
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Location: Lebanon, PA
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My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

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February 20, 2018 - 62,200 miles

C5 Ignition reprogrammed, installed on left head, and powered through a separate relay with stock ignition power source as the trigger.

New head gaskets

34 Pict 3 carb
Initial Carb jet sizes:
- Idle - .30 mm
- Main - 1.35 mm

Bypassed stock fuel pump relay due to trigger source no longer being used with stock ignition system (stock ignition power source is the trigger).

New Oil and filer Rotella T5 15W-40 and Purolator PBL10241

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Retired US Navy 1983-2003
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 Post subject: Re: 1987 1200-I
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Location: Lebanon, PA
Local time: May 22nd, 2018, 3:31 pm
Country:  United States (us)
My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

Profile Personal album

April 2018

Finished final adjustments on the 34 Pict 3. Final jet sizes:
.55MM idle
1.35MM Main

New Oil and filter at 62,200 miles

Remaining projects:
Connect C5 to tach.
Machine 87 Rear wheel for car tire. (Current rear wheel/drive is from an 84)
Relay mounting panel to consolidate all relays to one location.
Replace fair left/lower side pocket cover and move all switches to the left side.
Replace all add-on wiring in fairing and move auxiliary fuse box.
Try to clean up clear coat.
Replace shocks and fork springs.

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Brian
Retired US Navy 1983-2003
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 Post subject: Re: 1987 1200-I
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Location: Lebanon, PA
Local time: May 22nd, 2018, 3:31 pm
Country:  United States (us)
My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 18,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 61,000

Profile Personal album

Changed idle jet out to the stock size

Idle = .27mm
Main = 1.35 mm

Connected C5 tach output to the bike wiring
Installed airings
Moved all switches to the left side of the fairing

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Retired US Navy 1983-2003
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