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Ok, I tried taking the PP for service on a few items, including the shaking when applying the brakes, it lasted for about a week and is now back. I’m hoping there is a solution.... thinking of maybe changing the rotors to a better performance one.....
But before I do, I’d like some suggestions from the forum on how to proceed......

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Before I spend my money I'd revisit the Honda place, maybe even 2-3 times.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
 

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Sounds like a warranty issue. Honda should resurface the rotors, I would think.
 

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Depending on your driving experiences you need either ...
a free rotor replacement, OR a paid rotor replacement.

Honda should not be responsible if you overheated/ warped them in a bone-headed driving situation.
 

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Maybe not the rotors, it may be a defective ABS or if you brake hard you could be causing the ABS to engage.

here’s a fun test I used to test my drivers braking habits. Taped an egg on brake pedal if they broke the egg they failed.
 

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Rotors typically have a minimum allowable thickness. If they are slightly warped and will stay OVER the minimum after turning, then there is no reason, not to turn them. If they are very warped, and depending on how much material needs to be removed to true them up, then yes, they will need to be replaced.

BMW on the other and makes their rotors on the thin side, so typically you will need to replace them when doing the brakes, UNLESS you do not have any hot spots and replace the brakes before any metal from the pads wears
into the rotors..

Rotors 101 ... there
 
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