I'm finding that my newish brake set up is howling when hot and wondering what I can do about it?
During the last couple of warm weekends, coming down bridleways popular with walkers, horses etc (and so having to keep speed down) the brakes will start to howl after they get hot and will then do so to a greater or lesser extent until I take an extended break.
I'm using Deore m596 brakes, SLX rotors, 180 f 160r and Uberbike pads (sintered, I think). I used the brakes in my last set up without issue and the noise isn't there under normal conditions or even in the wet, so clearly the issue is with the rotors or pads rather than calliper alignment etc. Which is likely to have a greater effect if I change them? Is there a pad that copes better with heat or is changing the rotors the only way to improve heat dissipation?