Q I have a 1983 Honda VF750F Interceptor that has had an overheating problem for approximately 20 years. While moving, the coolant temperature reads approximately 15 percent on the gauge, which is normal. In stop-and-go traffic, it shoots up to about the 85-percent mark and kicks on the fans. I have had both radiators cleaned out, at which time the serviceman said they were in great shape considering how old they were. He also said they came in about 25 percent clogged. I have replaced the thermostat, water pump, hoses, temperature sensor, radiator and cap over the past year. I'm also running Water Wetter in with the coolant, and have been careful to make sure no air bubbles are in the system. I would expect the bike to run warmer in Houston's heat, but I don't ride in the summer that much. This is still happening when the temperature dips down below 40 degrees.