747heavy wrote:Yeap Marcus,
if it was brake issue, I think you are on a good explaination.
If a stone or something got stuck behind the pad, or the pad jammed in the caliper (due to lateral impact for example), you will neither see it in the brake pressure nor in the brake wear sensor (which is normally piston travel afaik), but you would see slightly higher brake temp on this side.
As the brake wears down it will get less and less, until the poblem is gone, which should not take too long - IMHO.
As for the induced yaw, I agree with you that this should be perceptable, but the diff is probably compensating (trying to compensate) for it, so it may does not show up as such.
I left the diff thing out of the explanation on purpose as I´m not sure of how much lock they use on drive ..sure they ´d lock up the thing on overrun to have more stability ,but then again this is driver preference.
for sure having anti knockback springs on the pads which was something much in use in earlier days of motorsports...that was costing quite a bit top speed ...but driver confidence is important and you don´t want to stab into a pedal that is not providing a rock hard feedback..