I measured the runout on my front rotors on my new to me bike (2000 Mille, 50k miles, not sure about the mileage on the discs).
One was next to perfect, perhaps .003" total runout. The other was about .025", nearly twice the acceptable limit. This manifested itself as pulsing through the handlebars and brake lever. At slow speeds it is especially annoying, coming to a stop smoothly is nearly impossible. Is it normal for only one rotor to be warped, or does that indicate other issues (perhaps the other caliper is stuck, thus making this rotor take all the load)? I haven't pulled anything apart yet.
I have new rotors on the way along with pads, and will bleed and change the fluid at the same time. I also plan to change the steering head bearings as they definitely have a notchy feeling when straight on. We will see about the wheel bearings when I get the front end off.
Without removing the fairing, the steering damper is not readily visible. Do all 2000 Milles have the unadjustable steering damper or was it optional? I know the R has Ohlins.