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Old 08-31-2007, 11:37 AM   #4
King Luis
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when ever you get new rotors you need to heat treat them or they can warp easily. i forget the exact procedure but it consists of not letting the car come to a complete stop and not dragging the brakes and doing it repeatedly. then letting the brakes cool for 15+ minutes.
your brakes were probably warping because; A. you were braking and turning hard or often. or B. you didn't break in your brakes when you first got them.
a good set of pads and solid rotors should do you fine.
remember. your brakes are only as good as your tires.
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