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I have a 1995 SE (1500) that runs well as long as the air temp is below @55 degrees. Once the temp rises above 55 and the engine is at 2500, regardless of what gear I am in, the bike seems to hesitate or buck. Once I push through 2500 RPM the bikes runs great. I have changed oil, air filter, and plugs. I have also run some carb cleaner through the gas but nothing has worked yet. I starting think it may be timing, so I looked through my Clymer book on timing this beast. Yikes:shock: I have done timing to many different types of engines but have never read anything as involved as this. Does this sound like a timing thing?
 

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You probably need to get the carbs balanced. They go out every 5 or 6 thousand miles. My GL1500always behaved like yours when the carbs went out of synch and all was well when they were balanced.
 

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I don't think it's carb balancing needed, sounds like you've got a couple that need some serious cleaning or there's a vacuum leak.
 
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