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The Indifference Engine
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Both will lock up.

If you want a "cheap" way to check the rotor then get the front end off the ground and find a spray can that has a straw (usually WD40 or chain wax will have one). Set the can on the ground and position it so it just barely touches the rotor, now slowly spin the wheel. If the rotor moves away or towards the straw then you're warped. If it stays the same distance it isn't warped.

It's also possible that you have a seized piston in the caliper.
 
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Just replace the damaged one with a stock one it'll be fine. Hydrolic system will account for any differences. But I would replace both sets of brake pads.
 
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