2017 Accord Touring. The stock rotors suck so i just installed EBC Stage 5 rotors front and back with yellowstuff pads. I have not replaced the calipers yet but i don't think calipers would be the cause. I haven't even been the 50 miles yet but at 70+ mph, i notice a 'wobble'. The steering wheel does not 'wobble' but it feels like the front tires are wobbling now at 70+. I did not notice a wobble before the new rotors were installed. Here's, briefly, how i installed them: use ball peen hammer to loosen rotor screw then remove, removed the caliper slide pin bolts, removed the caliper bolts. When the calipers were off, i: used a file and wire brush to remove any rust or dirt from where the pad hardware meets the caliper. CarID/EBC did NOT send new brake pad hardware so i reused the existing hardware using a file/wire brush to remove any rust and dirt. Removed the caliper slide pins and wiped them down and applied new SLI-Slide grease. The existing grease inside the caliper slide housing looked black so i sprayed brake cleaner inside the housing and used a Q-tip to remove the old grease. Then applied SIL-Slide grease to the inside of the housing. Then i used fine sandpaper to remove any dirt and rust from the wheel hub (it wasn't flaky rust). Install rotor and screw, caliper slide pin piece, brake pads using EBC grease, caliper. I did not torque any bolts to spec. I tightened the bolts and then gave the wrench 2 good hits on all bolts including lug nuts. I have heard of warping due to being to tight (is that possible?). I also did NOT test for rotor runout as every tech i asked (including Honda Techs) said it's unlikely to have runout. Appreciate any help as i can't stand the 'wobble'