blybo wrote:nikolai wrote:Dinged rim?
Wouldn't you notice that at any speed, not just when things have heated up?
blybo wrote:Riding Every Day wrote:What wheels were you on?
The Duckmeister wrote:Could be a few things. Increasing the toe-in on the pads will produce better modulation as brake pressure is increased.
Also check headset tension; you mention it's a new frame that has only been ridden a handful of times. It's not at all uncommon for headsets to slacken off a bit, especially when a carbon steerer tube is part of the mix, when they're new. Braking loads will induce some shudder, which will accentuate when curves are thrown in.
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