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Front brake rotors runout limit?

Hi, could somebody help me: what is the runout limit for front brake rotors on coupe 3.8 2010 automatic with brake system Mando (345mm rotors with 4pistons fixed calipers) ? I have measured 0,03mm and still the steering wheel shake when braking is there...
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