Doing my Brakes. Started Saturday, got the fronts completed with turned rotors, Hawk pads and was too tired to finish the rear. Sunday was Mother's day, I started the rear brakes around 3pm and took the rotors to my lil shop that turns em for 10 bucks ea., they were closed, probably for the holiday, so I tried Pep boys which was the only place still open that said they could turn em. $15. ea. I leave, come back an hour later, they said, "we couldn't turn 'em, they were too warped, they wouldn't even fit on the machine!"
NO pulsing when I was driving, no indication they were warped at all, but I checked to see if they had any in stock, I wanted to be done last night. They did not have ANY TLX rotors in stock and it's a good thing. I get home, figured I would just pick some up from Acura and be done with it. I decided I would take the old ones to the machine shop and see what they thought, because I didn't entirely trust the guy at PB. So, I get there, tell the shop owner the take and he looks at the rotors quickly and said, "they didn't even put them on a machine, all the rust is still inside the hub, they didn't do S#!t"
I said, "ok, let me know how they turn out."
He replies, "30 minutes"
I wait there, he laid them on the counter, and told me they still have lots of life in em and will last til the next brake job in 3 years.
NO warping, not too thin, just @$$heads either not wanting to do their job or just trying to sell their low rent parts. I'm never going back to PB again, I hadn't been there in 8 years, lets see how long, now! Anyway, driver's side done, I am finishing the Passenger side, had to answer some work emails and figured i would post.
BTW, on a '15TLX SH-AWD, the Torx bits you need are 27 and 45 for the E-Brake assembly, I'll post it in the other thread, but just an FYI.