brad-- nope, the rotor isn't warping (no pulsing when braking), but someone told me to run my run across the rotor and if you feel divots, then it's time for a new rotor, so there are places where my finger goes in, but I'm not sure if it warrants a new rotor. Approx how many miles do those last anyways?
btw, where's everyone buy their EBC pads? I don't see many places selling it
timwu, I hadn't heard of that before, maybe something to it. Find a short straight edge and back light the straight edge on the rotor, if there's a problem you'll see light between the straight edge and the rotor. Maybe a bit more precise than your finger.
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