FWIW, my 968g Reynolds RZRs were rock solid descending up to 60mph (never got a chance to go above that), so I don't think it's a weight thing as the 404s were half a kilo heavier. I find my 1080g ThirtyTwos slightly better than the 1280g FortySix's since they're 13mm shallower depth and barely catch any wind. My Bora 35s have to be the best handling (cornering) wheels I've ever used BUT, in a straight line they seem a little "twitchier" than the Reynolds (it's very slight). I'm not sure why.
RyanH have you ever had a set of Reynolds DV46T UL ?
I got a nice set for dirt cheep and plan to put them on my Colnago X-Light soon.
At under 1100 grams for these 46mm Tubular they seem like a hard wheel to beat for an around cheep 2nd hang light weight
From Reynolds Catalog.... https://reynoldscycling.com/uploads/Rey ... inal03.pdf
Precision technology in a tubular carbon wheelset, designed and built to meet the requirements of the most demanding competitors, including European pro teams Agritubel and Volksbank. The DV46T UL offers our exclusive, Ultralight (UL), high modulus, unidirectional carbon construction in an aggressive, deep-V profile for incomparable lateral stiffness, strength and reduced weight. The aerodynamic profile balances stability across the flats in a crosswind, with explosive response in and out of the hairpins on a fast crit. And braking is sure, smooth and quiet–better than a standard carbon layup wheel–because the UL technology disperses heat with 17% greater efficiency. The DV46T UL is just as ideal for tempo riding as it is on a solo breakaway
Construction: Ultralight (UL) high modulus carbon
Rim Depth: 46mm
Spoke Patterns: 20/24
Weight: 1040 g per set
Hubs: Reynolds DT Swiss 240S HYB
Spokes FRONT:(Radial) DT Aerolite REAR:(Radial, 2x Drive) DT Aerolite and DT Competition
Brake Pads: Reynolds Carbon-Specific De