Modulation on the Shamals can be improved by changing pads to Koolstop black pads. The stock Campagnolo pads for alloy rims are a bit "grabby".3Pio wrote: ↑Tue Jul 16, 2019 7:15 am
On Bora (especially AC3 version i have), there is very very very good modulation when braking.. Total control what happening.. And like more layers of force while braking.. On Shamals there is less space between just a slight braking to totaly very powerfull braking.. Of course it's not bad, and not missing modulation at all, but on Bora's bit better (in dry weather).
And definetely so much braking power on both, that i really dont understund need of Discs on Road bike (and there was really steep gradients involved in this personal conclusion)
Between the Koolstop black pads on Shamals/Zonda's and the Campy red pads on Boras (3d surface) I can't tell a difference.... other than that distinctive whirrrrr sound of braking with carbon rims.