450 front brake sticking intermittently
hello, finally i register this thing after almost a year working on it. i go to take it for a ride... as im pushing it out of the garage the front brake starts sticking intermittently. i figure its just the new pads wearing to the disc so i take it for a loop around the block to see if it gets any better... it starts smoking, smells of burning brakes and rotor is extremely hot. when i got the bike i rebuilt the caliper with a kit, replaced the pads, had the rotor resurfaced and changed the fluid. it worked ok for a loop around the block a week ago and was not nearly this bad, so i started bleeding the brakes. sometimes i can get it to not stick when i bleed it but if i take it more than 1/10 a mile it starts sticking again. so i rebuilt the master cylinder because at this point its the only thing i have not cleaned and it still will not go away. its not as bad as this morning when i didnt touch it but its by no means ridable. normally id just get a new caliper lines and master cylinder but this stupid bike is so damn hard (or expensive) to find parts for. please help im stumped on this one, the only possible thing i can think of is the rotor being warped slightly, but when i got it resurfaced wouldnt that fix that?
2002 Honda Rebel 250
1981 Kawasaki KM100
1986 Honda Rebel 450