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Drilled And Slotted Rotor Owners - Maintenance Question

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Ok.... so i have put like 18,000 miles in 16months on these Cquence rotors... it is apparent that i am getting scoring on the rotors and i am starting to get some steering wheel shake but i have more than half the pad left.

What the hell should i do?

Should i have the rotors cut to even the surface out?

Should i get new rotors?

Should i just quit my bitching and drive them in to the ground?

pls hlp....

:cheers

Oh here is the scoring i am talking about

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oh, doesnt look good. are they deep? nothing got jammed between the pad and rotor?

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Mine are doing the same thing, but I'm at 44K on the rotors. Mine had no debris, but I get a noise, and bad brake fade if I'm harsh on the brakes.

The solution? Not sure, I'm itching to replace them, but I haven't gotten my F-body calipers yet.

But IIRC, you can't resurface them.

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im starting to notice scoring on these drilled rotors to be very common.. they are not designed for any mega mileage and i have heard it has to do with the heat distribution

you could try having them turned as long as the shop take accurate measuements to meat the scored.. personally i would get new

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Ok.... so i have put like 18,000 miles in 16months on these Cquence rotors... it is apparent that i am getting scoring on the rotors and i am starting to get some steering wheel shake but i have more than half the pad left.

What the hell should i do?

Should i have the rotors cut to even the surface out?

Should i get new rotors?

Should i just quit my bitching and drive them in to the ground?

pls hlp....

:cheers

Oh here is the scoring i am talking about

DSCF2001.jpg

DSCF2002.jpg

no man u can get them resurfaced and depending on how much they are "out" depends on how long they will last afterward

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