Yes, I ve heard about some 1800's that supposedly overheat. All I know is that a friend was with me who owns a 2001 GL1800 and we got stuck in some heavy slow moving traffic, (5-10 mph)in south Florida last September when the air temp was 92 degrees with high humidity. His bike ran fine. He did mention that the temp gauge moved a smidgen higher than usual, but when the cooling fans came on, it went right back to normal. I know my bike was certainly running hot.Markcuda said:2002Bagger, Is that 300,000 miles on 1800s that don't have the over heating probloms or 300,000 miles on the 1800s that do have a cooling problom? I just wonder how many 1800 ouners are even going to keep there 1800 after they find out that there bike over heats, let alone 300,000 miles I predict right now that Honda is going to leave all the people that have the cooling problom "out in the cold, holding the bag"