I have to disagree with Saturntech on this one. Yes, there is a resurfacing limit but my experience has shown me that when a customer gets a distortion like this, it's a reflection on how the car is driven and tell me that the rotors are seeing extreme heat. If the rotors are resurfaced, the finished product is now more susceptible to distortion that the original was and the problem will usually return twice as fast and twice as severe. With the price of rotors these days, it's not worth spending money to resurface them. It usually costs 75% of what new ones would cost to resurface the old ones and then you may have to buy the new ones anyway when it happens again.
Saturday, April 23rd, 2011 AT 5:36 PM