Not at all; I have had more pads than rotors replaced on all my cars till now, including Audi and Porsche. So it may be that they have to be replaced at the same time some times, but definitely not all times.
I can verify that it is not true. There is no reason to change the rotors if their thickness is still above minimum spec. My local dealership only reccomends rotor replacement when they are worn out. Otherwise, it's pads and sensors only.....But the answer from the Certified Porsche Technician is that for all Porsche cars and for all European cars, the brake paddle and rotor need to be replaced together!
This is my first Porsche, but from common sense this doesn't sound right, can someone verify it?
Hey, without pics of the "indentation" and a look from someone more experienced than me, it's hard to know. Maybe you can change out the 2x rotors that have the problem, whether its 2x front or 2x rear rotors. Suncoast parts would be one of the last places i'd buy from, they're about the most expensive out there. Shop around and also check out aftermarket pads + rotors.see if i could find OEM parts somewhere