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Good to hear but I've dropped all desire to do the TBU long ago. Seems like the number of people who had it go well for them are outweighed by people who had endless nightmares with pedal feel by a solid 2:1 ratio, if not more. I'd really not like to go through another multi-week-long headache once again for something I can absolutely live without. I'm already having troubles with pedal feel and throwing in a massive, new variable would just be hellish

Understandable. If you have issues with warping, you could always change the front wheel bearings and hubs as that will correct the warping issue with stock rotors for a while . :-)

If not, nothing wrong with running stock calipers and rotors. They work well. I just was tired of having warped rotors every 6 months to a year.
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