I have a 2018 Accord Touring (1.5L) with 31K miles and decided to change out all the brake pads. All went as planned with no parts left over! Cleaned the calipers, compressed the piston, applied a small amount of grease on the appropriate places, etc. During a test drive I noticed the car seemed a little sluggish coasting downhill but otherwise no issues. Out of curiosity I touched the rotors/calipers to check the temps. The front seemed normal (whatever that is) but the both rear rotors were very hot. Measured with a temp gun and the rear rotors are consistently about 30-40°F hotter than the front. Has anyone experienced a similar situation? Shouldn't the fronts be warmer because they get more use in the braking action?