minytrker said:Its an 02 with 24,000.
I agree but i think it will be up to the dealership. I've had cars that had rotors replaced under warranty with 19K of hard miles on them. Then again i had them not cover a car that only had 9K. It's really up to them.DJWorm said:It's normal wear and you will not be covered by warranty. Consider yourself lucky that you got this many miles out of them. Most racers consider the rotors disposable and replace them at least every other track event.
For a street car you can get cheap replacements at NAPA and other outlets @ $14 - $25 per rotor.
If you track the car you should get something better that has been Cryo treated.
The OEM Z06 rotors are the weakest link in the system as they are manufactured in Brazil and have poor metallurgy.
Welcome to the forum... Nice going...It seem's you just squeaked in on time with that "In Service" date...it's really a blessing that you have a helpful and competant Dealer..many here do not...Happy & Safe Seat Time With Your Zee :z:minytrker said:I will let everyone know how it went after Thursday. The service guy was really helpful. I told him I just bought the car last week so he ran a service history on it and printed it out. He also said I notice your three years is up on the 16th, I make sure my corvette tech checks over the whole car for you since its about to go into the extended gm coverage.
I am from the South. When I went to school at Stanford (A.B., 1980), some of you Philistine Californians had the gaul to ask when we went into the City if I'd ever seen big buildings like these before. I told them no, of course, as I had seen much bigger buildings when I had travelled to Manhattan--or even Atlanta. I think people are slower in California.Resist said:It's "Warranty", not warrenty. Then again things are slower in the south.