It most definitely is not normal.
I agree those rotors should still be excellent condition. The pads being worn down are a bit more resonable but the rotors being shot is deffinetly a manufacturing problem unless you got them way too hot and never cooled them down properly in which case they will warp.You trying to tell me a $60k car needs rotors in 10k? trying to say its rotor cannot handle the beating? so are all porsche owners changing their rotors at 6-8k since their twin turbo porsche are higher performance than our F? Not trying to get 100k out of our rotors but 10k is a bit too absurd. Its one thing if we have the same rotors as a corolla.....
Not trying to start an argument but SO WHAT IF ITS DRIVEN HARD? These rotors should hold up and not warp even if pushed super hard, dude, these are supposantly a $5000 brake set up, at least thats how much they want for it looking at the F Sport catalogue. These are not the Junk rotors you buy at Autozone or PepBoy for $29.99 plus tax. These are basically a super expensive Brembo set up... Pads at 10k, No problem, Rotors at 10k? I dont think so. Warranty Warranty WarrantyI'm not argueing that the Rotors should last longer than 10k, but everyone's opinion on "Normal" driving is diffrent, and each of us drive diffrently but still consider it "Normal".
Supposantly? Is that a word?these are supposantly a $5000 brake set up,
Does anyone know given identical conditions whether the Michelin or Bridgestone tires will last longer? The PS2s have a higher (numerical) treadwear rating, but apparently you can't compare across brands.I'm at 17k on my 2009. I have no brake issues, (squealing, warping etc) and my factory Michelin PS2's are at 6/32" in the rear and 7/32" in the front. It's holding up pretty damn well.
That is what I was thinking too. I'm just thinking through what I want to do when my Bridgestones wear out. I've got a while to figure it out though.The PS2's have a higher treadwear rating, but longevity of a tire will depend on drive styles and habits. The PS2's are a very soft compound tire compared to the Bridgestones. I have this weird feeling the PS2's dont last as long as the RE050's.