tuning an old "sport tourer"
Yesterday I scored an old Shogun late 80s road bike off craigslist. It was stored in a garage, so it's in amazing condition for its age, quite rideable as-is, and the frame is made of Tange 900 cromoly. I bought it b/c I wanted a bike with: 1) enough clearance for fenders, to ride around in the wet Seattle fall/winter, 2) more stability than an old, fast 'racing'-type Fuji League I have.
Being one of those old "sport tourers", it's a 12-speed with 27 inch aluminum (not steel) wheels. Heavier than the Fuji, but not ridiculously so. I'm not hoping to win any speed races--but having said that, are there any easy tuning tips or cheap upgrades I could do to get as much speed as I can out of it?
I've already checked that wheels are fairly true and not rubbing brake pads, and oiled the chain and derailleurs.
Thanks everyone who's replied to my occasional questions! BF is a pretty amazing resource for beginners like me.