|05-13-2013 11:31 AM|
hone has to match the rings, but yea for a DIY quick job a ball or brush is best though I have ran a 3 stone with out any problems.
Using a good lube and cleaning the bores is a very critical step as well.
|05-13-2013 11:23 AM|
What grit is recommended? I'm changing pistons in a recently bored block (less than 5000 miles) - it still has cross hatching and no ridge. I checked for overbore and there less than .0005" anywhere in the bores (my bore measuring tool is accurate within .0003".)
|03-06-2013 05:13 PM|
For engine cylinders, Ball or brush hone is only way to go.
But these are only for conditioning a good minimal wear cylinder.
|03-06-2013 04:03 PM|
|vinniekq2||It depends on what you are honing. Difficult to use ball hone on wheel cylinders or calipers|
|03-06-2013 03:39 PM|
Cylinder Hone Preferences
Which type of cylinder hone do you prefer and why? I'm talking the ones you put in a drill, not the automatic ones.
1. Three stone type (Glaze breakers)
2. Ball/Flex hone