no, you do not need to resurface new rotors... and i dont know what would be cheaper, but it'll probly be the rotors urself... not to mention that if they're warped too bad the shop will need to replace them anyway
but if you go with new rotors you need to bed them in properly (starting and stopping to get the grooves in the pads to match the rotors) before you go driving off
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