Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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- Joined: Sat Jan 01, 2011 11:24 am
- Location: lakewood,wa
- Motorcycle: 1984 honda goldwing
I contacted a local bike shop that works on lots of goldwings. They told me very few goldwings needs heads resurfaced. They say all you need to do is use a whetstone. Has anyone used a whetstone to hone their cylinder heads? If so what kind of whetstone did you use and where can I get one.
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- Joined: Mon Oct 11, 2010 11:06 am
- Location: armada mi. 48005
- Motorcycle: 1985 gl1200a
If Your reffering to a warped cylinder head this can only be done with a surface grinder at a machine shop service. If Your talking about slight inperfections such as a gouge mark this probally could be done with a whetstone, Available at most sporting goods stores there also used for sharpening knives. The cylinder head needs to be checked on a Joe block also known as a perfect surface block to check for inperfections, Or a staight edge checking at a perpendicure angle to the cyl. head.