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I would not try to change to disc brakes. The Late, Great Sheldon Brown did write an article on braking, and it covers things better than I could: SheldonBrown's Braking Article You may want to try a different compound on your existing brake. I have had good luck with KOOL STOP dual compound pads in the past, but shimano makes some good ones too. Don't ...


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In general, on electric bikes, the rear hub is an essential part of the electric motor/drivetrain in order to power the bike and is very different from rear hubs on standard 'manual' bikes. Because of this, in order to have a rear disc brake system you'd need to replace your hub (or whole wheel if this isn't possible) with one that has disc brake rotor ...


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If the headset is good then you need look at tire balance The tire itself could be out of balance and also it could not be seated evenly. Examine how tires are seated. Put it on a stand or upside down and see if the wheels hold in position. Rotate 1/8 turn and check all 8 positions. For the rear you can spin the pedals - at high speed does it ...


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If the effective top tube (horizontal measurement) is OK for you - then the only other things I can think of might be the head tube angle & chainstay length. A road bike may have a steeper head angle & also have shorter chainstays. Which quickens the handling & steering. Mind you, at the smaller end of the road bike sizing - the head angles tend ...



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