Also, how does one go about cleaning the SC rotors with this? Rag or spray bottle?
Follow up by wiping with a clean water dampened rag and then a clean dry rag?
Of course, I'll be avoiding letting it run in the rotor plate bearing area, as well as doing my best to avoid getting any on the rotor tips that go into the needle bearings.
The 92 is going to get new needle bearings and rebuild of the nose, but the Gen III M90'* both have excellent bearing and nose drives. One Gen III M90 set of rotors is half stripped and is going to be sent off to www.thehighspeedlab.com
for coating with the same teflon coating as the GEN V has.
As soon as all three of the above SC'* are done and sold I will do the GEN V up and tear the low-mile GEN III off my car and get that all taken care of also.
Still undecided if I want to get a new dremel to smooth the inlets and chamfer the outlets... probably will because the extra $60 dremel and bits and time involved may net me another $100 each on ebay.