full opperational tem is reached as i travel 30mile each way to work
its a fuel injection model good plugs as they are only 2months old but will check them at weekend to be surei might change the fuel filter not sure if it has points in it or if its electronic ignition?
The carbs on the GL1200 need to be sync balanced prior to setting the curb idle. Perform the quick / easyinspections first.. Plugs cleaned and gapped, fuel filter, air filter clean,(I found a rodents nest inthe air filter boxduring theearly fall on a GL1500 last year). Also inspect for vacuum leaks which would give a lean mixture causing the idle to become irratic. Is the fuel clean? An additive is an excellent idea to freshen the fuel. Last but not least, what weight oil is in the engine? Heavier oil will cause a slow start and low running rpm this time of year until it obtains operating temperature... AFTER all is said and done, it may be time to look deeper into the engine timing, pilot screw settings, timing belts etc..Good luck.. Welcome to the club! :clapper:
If you blew something with the charger then you would know, ie the bike won't start or will only run on 2 cylinders or something disastrous along those lines. Why not just bring up the idle as suggested and see how it runs. It's the quickest way to test it and you may be fretting about nothing.
I agree with Ted. No point in thinking about other areas until you have done the simple job of upping the idle with the screw. If it doesn't stay up then its time to look further. Always do the simple things first.