Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

Can I get some ideas on the correct or "best" Dremel bit for exhaust port cleanup. I'm clearing a Korado cylinder...

Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

Gunther McCilicutty /

I poished my port on my airsal last night with a finishing abrasive bit. Lookes like a little red or dark grey brillo pad that attaches like the cutting discs to the shaft bit (with the screw in the end). Looks like a mirror now

thats my best description...Walmart has them

Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

Gunther McCilicutty /

Dremmel 511 Finishing Abrasive Buffs..they come in two packs...fine and coarse

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

I just use a red grinding bit and very lightly run it over the surface where I see inconsitancies, then some polishing compound using the rubber bit, then finish up with the white fuzzy one... Mirror shine.

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

Thanks for the ideas gentleman...

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

You might have better luck with a round file.

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

that would be good for the inconsistencies but not the polishing...

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

Gunther McCilicutty /

naw...you gotta have some power behind the bit...gotta have it on a motor. My opinion

Re: Which Dremel bit? exhaust port

"this": http://forum.mobcustom.com/vt46063-tuto-preparation-simple-cylindre-av7 Frenchy thinks differently. It's a great little write up that you can just take the basics from and apply to any cylinder you wish.

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