I installed new rotors and serviced my front brakes.
I sprayed both sides of the new rotors with brake cleaner.
I lubricated the caliper pins with this brake lubricant. I added the lubricant to the back of the pads as well.
After a street test, I tested the new brake service in a highway - 70 mph, and keep using brakes. The new front brake setup works well, smooth and quite. However, I noticed below problem?
After I tested the new rotor installation in the highway, I noticed white smoke comes out of the front wheels. The brake system works great and quite. Just white smoke. I waited for rotors to cool down. Then I did another highway test. I got less white smoke at the second test.
I guess the smoke is due to rotors are getting very hot and rust protective chemicals in them start to burn.
Since there is white smoke, did I use the right lubricant?