I really love this sight. I have spent hours reading through a lot of the different topics and gained a ton of knowledge. With that being said I have work for a week or so on my '75' cl360 with no real success. It has a misfire at higher rmp but it is worse in 6th gear. I putt a new battery in it this spring after fining that my new sealed battery had to holes worn into the 2 outside chambers. The new battery seemed to help. It ran like champ through all the gears. But about 3mi into my first ride with it this spring. I stared to get the misfire. I went back to battery and the volts were fine 12.8 with the bike off. Then I started up the bike and it went to 13v at the battery. As the rev went up so did the volts 16+. I have ordered a new regulator, I just didn't know if high volts would cause a misfire. I know it could mess up the batt or other electrical stuff if not fixed. My question is should I be looking at something else will I wait for the regulator? I have done what everyone said to do in the other topics checked timing, changed plugs, cleaned carbs (and cleaned the way that you all have discussed), new fuel filters, cleaned petcock, checked valve clearance, and looked for leaks in the intake and exhaust. The only thing that I am not sure of is my floats being set right on my carbs. They do not leak out of the overflow, but I guess there my be a chance that they are set to low and I am not getting enough gas. I am hoping that a regulator will fix it. Thanks for your input.