[BiturboS4] rust on stock rotors
jysap at cs.com
Mon Dec 30 19:14:27 EST 2002
If your cars are under warranty - u might want to complain to Audi. My
dealer replaced my rotors at 32k mi w/o me asking. When I asked them why
they replaced them - they said "it's SOP (Std Operating Procedure)", I said
'ok - free rotors w/o asking - cool'.
00 S4 Imola
86 951 Porsche
----- Original Message -----
From: <adamschwartz at rcn.com>
To: <biturbos4 at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 5:10 PM
Subject: Fwd: [BiturboS4] rust on stock rotors
> I am in NE too.. WHen I got back from the west coast the
> weather we have been having seems to have done a number on my
> rotors too. It was so bad that I would hear a thumping sound
> on the highway if I even touched them.
> So I took the car to an out of the way road and did 1 or
> 2 "emergency" stops. No.. not with the e brake, but gased it
> up, and the just slamed on the brakes as hard as I could.
> That did it. Mine are fine now...
> How to stop it from happening again.. My thought is to get a
> garage! But I live in Somerville, and there is about 8 feet
> between each house.
> >hi all,
> >sorry for not getting back to a few of you on your questions
> >potholes, etc.. I have been away from civilizaion and will
> respond to
> >those questions soon!
> >Since my s4 has been sitting idle for a few weeks, outside,
> in the cold,
> >snowy, bleak winter of new england, my rotors have collected
> >considerable amount of rust or oxidation. Usually after a
> few days of
> >driving the horrible scraping noise goes away. But this
> time it seem
> >EXTRA bad. Is there anything that can be done to fix this
> (w/o turning my
> >rotors), and is there anything that can be done to prevent
> this from
> >happening in the future?
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