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Brake disks wear pattern

Hi all. Anyone have this wear pattern. It’s an M3P, 15k miles. I do make sure I use the brakes regularly btw. Excuse the dirty wheels.
 

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Yes, mine are like that also, although the section closer to the inner part of the hub is wiped clean while the outer section has a larger unworn section like yours. My rears are clean though. Seems like the pads aren't broken in or used down enough to be completely flat with the use of 1PD.

Also, mine is M3P at 4500 miles...so lower mileage than yours.
 
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