I used oval chainring on my Bronson V2 and now on my Megatower. No problem with oval - just love it :) Never go back to a normal round...
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after serval rides, my short feedback.
Setup including cutting cables(cables are bigger that those from shimano or sram, but fit into the internal routing of my megatower) and bleeding is fast forward. Bleeding the "dual" head ist a nice feature - also had some small bubbles. Lever feeling is very nice. T106(had just two rides with them - will test it in future again) are nice but the T100 are more consistend as soon as they get hot. Brake power is great - like a saint but modulation like code. During heavy rain and snowfall the brakes are very loud and it takes some time until power comes. They need some temperature to operate like the should. Organic pad's like trickstuff win here. Also a little of brake point wandering as they get hot, no big deal and not as much as shimano - more like the code.
Fazit: Dominion is a powerful brake but also the loudes brake I ever had :) Would I buy them again? YES
Looking forward how they will be on long decents in a bike park and how the handly the high temperature .
I'm looking forward for new set of brakes. Used to run Shimano Saint and now Sram Code. Saint was good but a bit to much on/off, Code is okay but I miss some extra power(on my 29" enduro) and I don't like the fading... Currently I use it with Trickstuff pad's and 200mm front+rear.
Hayes Dominion A4 - has somebody experience or comparison with Saint or Code? Would be great because review's sounds good but real live? :)
Magura - no option, Hope - to less power...
I weight about 90kg and my trails are steep and I use a lot of rear break just for "holding low speed"
Thanks a lot!
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