- Lowers harmonic vibrations
- Produces a non-directional pattern
- Ideal for new and re-turned rotors and flywheels
- Flex-hone for rotors
- Comes with coarse grit
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Brush Research Flex-Hone For Rotors
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My only complaint is that these are fairly expensive. I would expect them to be about 1/2 the price they are. Then again it is much cheaper than a set of rotors.
That got me doing some research and discovering according to many rider/mechanics motorcycle rotors rarely if ever warp. One particularly vocal proponent of that view (who also was an R1100S owner) suggested this tool would not only cure the pulsing but would also create a fine cross-hatch pattern typical of new rotors and perfect for bedding-in new pads.
$400 for two new rotors or $35 for the tool? No brainer! Even if the pulsing wasn't cured..
Well, the short story is the pulsing was cured! And the rotors look like new!
Here's the fine print - it does take a fair amount of time.
The outside rotor faces are easy, just raise the front wheel so it can rotate easily, give it a spin and then keep it spinning by applying just the right amount of pressure with the spinning hone. (turns out the correct amount of pressure for optimal honing is the same amount of pressure required to keep the wheel spinning)
The inside faces require removal of the wheel, flipping the rotors over (or installing them on the opposite sides) and then re-installation of the wheel to perform the honing. If your bike has directional rotors (like mine does) when you're done honing you have to repeat the wheel removal, disk switch/flip and re-installation so the rotors are correctly oriented.
All told it was probably a 2 hour process for me. $180 an hour? I'll take that any day!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A great product. Removed the buildup of material from an overfill of brake fluid that allowed the pads to rub the discs.Published 2 months ago by Charles F. Jackson
Hit your rotors with this after resurfacing before unchucked, wash rotors with soap and water and your squeak come backs are gone.Published 2 months ago by hunteryates
Worked great to take the glaze off my rotor before installing new pads. I did not have the rotor turned, just attacked them with this hone and my brakes are quiet and working... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Russ
Like the other reviewers stated, this works great, do not hesitate to purchase this for a quick clean up of good condition rotors, just make sure you have the proper speed drill to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Nskar
Tried it on two motorcycle rotors and it worked great with the oil I bought with it. It is going to save me money. I was paying $30/setPublished 20 months ago by Jim