2000 A6 4.2L V8 Quattro 88,000 miles. I was told by a repair shop that Audi brake disc rotors are not designed to be turned. They said that they should be replaced, not turned. They claim that the materials used in the Rotors on All German cars, including Audi, BMW etc are made of different material than american or japanese cars and they won't turn them. If they're turned, they claim they will squeel, warp, and lose their ability to perform properly.
Is this True? Seems untrue to me, and simply an 'excuse' to sell me new rotors.
Thursday, September 20th, 2007 AT 12:31 PM