No, its a charactoristic of wrapped rotors. If the dealer won't cover it under warrantee then you have three options.
1) Remove your rotors, have your rotors turned at a local autoshop, reinstall with new pads. Consider using C5 front pads - they have almost double the contact surface and they just drop in. Note, some will argue the once a rotor wraps, turning it only pospones the inevitable (replacement) and they will wrap again - plus your typical shop can not turn them to the tolerance of a new rotor.
2) Get new aftermarket rotors, like Powerslots, that can improve performance. Again, use C5 brake pads. If you have an 04, consider replacing the rear rotors with 05 rotors and pads so you get the ventilated rear disks.
3) If you have an 04, go all the way and replace with an upgraded brake kit like a Baer 13-inch (stock 04s are 11.7-inch if I remember correctly).
BTW - the first thing any GTO owner should do is drop in C5 pads and bleed the brakes. The GTOs seem prone to coming from the factory with air in the brake lines. It took me two flush and bleeds before I got all the bubbles out. What a difference. My GTO originally didn't even have enough braking power to get the anti-skid to engage on dry pavement. Now the pedal is firm and the tires and road surface are what is limiting my braking.
Last edited by Xman; 05-15-2005 at 04:24 AM.