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Re: Consistently Warped Rotors Driving Me Nuts
Another very common cause of warped rotors is the over-torqueing of the
lugs by the meathead installing the wheels. If your using a air gun, learn
how to use it. If your using a breaker bar, learn how to use it.
Otherwise use a torque wrench. You will quickly find that the warp in the
rotors will disapear over time.
BTW, if TAP is selling you a big brake kit by way of telling you it will
cure your warped rotors you've been had. Don't believe the prereq. 17"
wheels are included in that $2200 either.
> From: ----> Bob <email@example.com>
> To: Richard Haroutunian <Richard_Haroutunian@inso.com>
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Consistently Warped Rotors Driving Me Nuts
> Date: Wednesday, May 19, 1999 10:52 AM
> IMO the problem isnt the size of the brakes since there are dozens of
> people here with the same car. If they ALL warped like that then I would
> consider that they are too small. Finding the problem with the current
> brakes will be cheaper and easier than replacing them with unnecessary
> (unless you race it) brakes.
> Richard Haroutunian wrote:
> > That $2200 price is for the Brembo 'Bigger Brakes' set-up for all 4
> > corners, which includes Brembo calipers, pads, larger size,
> > rotors, etc., etc.