Replacing a Sportster Brake Rotor?

Answer Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycles come equipped with disk brakes on both the front and rear wheels. Some of them sport dual front disks or even have floating disks for improved stopping ability... Read More »

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Replacing a 1996 Honda Accord Brake Rotor?

Your Honda Accord's brake pads press against the rotors when the brakes are applied. A rotor is made of iron due to its ability to absorb heat. Over time and use, this component wears with scoring,... Read More »

How to Determine If a Distributor Cap & Rotor Need Replacing?

The distributor cap and rotor conduct current from your car's coil and help transfer it to the spark plugs. The rotor spins inside the cap making contact with brass plugs inside the cap. Over time... Read More »

Instructions on Replacing the Rotor on a Honda Accord?

The Honda Accord is a dependable, efficient compact sedan that offers the features of a full-size car without the overblown price tag. Luckily, there is little that normally goes wrong on a Honda A... Read More »

The Effect of Brake Rotor Crossdrilling on Brake Cooling?

When it comes to a vehicle's performance, its ability to stop is just as important as surefooted handling and decent power. The rotors are round, disc-shaped components of the braking system. When ... Read More »