... Hoping that something is not seated right but I have a feeling my rotors are warped.
Thanks in advance for any feedback.
They 'goofed-up' the set-up of the unit and turned a warp
into your rotor(s) for you
My advise is to check the 'Run-out' of each of the rotors and return the one(s) they miss-turned to them for correction ...
I my experience, the person doing the 'turning' is more of a problem than any rotor I've run into
If the machining issue is great enough to be very noticeable at low speeds, then the rotor(s) are likely to be beyond their useful thickness spec.s if turned to correct.
Soooo - you may be looking at new rotors in that case.
And IF you buy new rotors - DO NOT
let them try to "turn/true" them for you before you get out of there
If a 'new' rotor doesn't meet run-out spec. then return it for one that does
And from now on ...
Don't bother turning any in-service rotor that does not have a issue or only shows light surface marking - the new pads will smooth out the rotor service in no time and the pad life will be much better in the long run.
I never turn rotors that are performing correctly - and most of time will just replace a defective rotor.
This from a guy with over 400K on a set of 12" rotors on his old truck