I changed the brake pads and discs/rotors a while ago, at 200K km, on my 2006 Skoda Octavia. Previous ones were pitted as well so I was just happy to be able to brake properly. But at around 205K km the braking hops were back.
What hurts more is that I went with Brembo and spent quite a sum of money on them.
My car is currently at around 213K km and can't really afford to replace rotors and pads again because I will have to do timing belt, tensioner, water pump and the whole gang.
I also think I should mention that my rear-right caliper is not OEM, at some point it got stuck and service guys were like 'we need to replace this asap' and now I believe I have something of questionable quality installed.
Also I rev-match a lot because I find it fun. Could this somehow impact my brakes and cause excessive wear? I wouldn't really think so because from my understanding the engine braking force just helps you stop.
Any advice on what I should consider doing or stop doing next would be much much appreciated :)
EDIT: the pitting is not visible, the surface of the discs is smooth, however they become slightly oval which shouldn't have happened over the course of 5000km