Er, sorry to rain on the parade, but 'warped' discs do not exist in road cars - I might of posted on your original thread, but what is called warped discs is infact normally uneven pad meterial build on the disc face, which can normall be cured by repeated high speed and firm braking. it could be cracked discs, but thats rare too.
Still I guess 105 for new discs and pads is ok, but probably totally unessesary.
check the site out - i found it again - http://www.stoptech.com/tech_info/wp...rakedisk.shtml
It explains it all, what a gem site
simple test if you have brake vibration, before you spend any money
look at the face of the disc. if you can see an impression of the outline of the pad anywhere, then thats your problem, caused by sitting with your foot on the footbrake with warm/hot discs - Dont do that!!!
Trust me, after 3 sets of new discs for this problem, I found a website that explains the 'warped disc myth', could see the pad shaped outline on the disc, followed the cure above, and guess what, about 5-10 high speed hard appilcations (on empty wide road) then allow the brakes to cool without using them, over a couple of days, cured it, and since then I never sit in traffic with the footbrake - just handbrake- and its never come back, in 20K miles.
Hope finding and posting that site saves some of you dosh
but note, its the judder is really
bad, then new discs probably the easier way - just dont sit with hot brakes and footbrake, or it will happen again!
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