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The heated rotors could be the fact that the pads are in constant contact with the rotor. Now, your very hot and my very hot may differ, I'd compare them to how hot the rear rotors are.

When I changed my ball joints, the disc backing plates went into the scrap pile. Those backing plates are good for two things, collecting small rocks to grind up the rotors when I'm off road, and holding in heat. Besides that, I can inspect the inside of my rotors at a glance now.
 
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