change it all i guess if they need it. usually they recommend using an expensive low metal pad with slotted or drilled rotors because they dont gouge the rotor as bad and will save you lots of money because you wont have to replace them
I've turned several sets of drilled rotors before on our snap-on brake machine, and they turned out great. Not sure about slotted ones though, seems like it'd be easier for the blade to get tripped up.
I've got the 4-Piston Caliper Brembo's w/ Brembo Pads. Boy that stuff was expensive, but they work well. I might have flat spotted my new Kumho's also, i dont have a strut tower brace or c/c plates so when the brakes are applied hard I have terrible contact patches. Guess thats one more thing to work for this summer...Tires would be cheaper
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