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Years ago I notice the brakes were pulsing on my 850 LeMans. Checking with a dial indicator showed they weren’t warped, rather the thickness varied. I had the disks and backing plate blanchard ground and they have been perfect since.I believe cast iron is more stable and stops better than stainless.Pete
From experience turning requires taking deeper cuts than grinding on hard metals. You need an ultra sharp tool to remove say .003” or it just skips. With grinding you can take as little as .001” per pass. As for sintered pads, they work but they turned the disks on my EV into a pretzel in 30k miles plus I don’t think they are recommended on cast iron. Pete
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