Soo, that's the culprit when we were coming down a series of long steep hills in Guatemala. The misses didn't like it either, but it doesn't help when I'm cursing, f~k f~k sh!t damn out loud
. I wasn't sure what that was I got accustomed to pumping the brakes before corners and when finally down and on the flats it went away. I knew the brake fluid could be changed so I thought that could be the culprit. Thus a brake fluid change once back in Xela. Good to know! Does the front ever do the same? I have a tendency to use the fronts when approaching corners on pavement. When I did bleed the system, filled, pumped, bled, filled, pumped, bled, repeat. I did this until the fluid was coming out clean.