Originally Posted by Lilchief
The car has 100K and the rotors have been changed. I seen an article somewhere for slotted rotors [advertisement] would this be a good investment, with new hoses and pads. I was thinking the hoses could beholding more pressure against the rotors and causing them to warp. would the slotted rotors cut down on heat?
No, I really doubt you need slotted rotors. What you do need is properly-torqued lug nuts, done by hand with a torque wrench (not an air-powered impact wrench) to the correct setting (100 lbs./ft. I think it is).
Put one (1) drop of oil on the threads for an accurate reading, then tighten the nuts in a star pattern across the wheel, first to 80, then to 90, then to 100.