Toeing in pads on high end/light weight cantiver brakes seems to be an issue these days. After installing sppoky brakes with kool-stop pads on my Alan (carbon tubes w/Al lugs and carbon straight blade fork) X33 posed the biggest challenge; which was significant brake chatter. After countless hours of looking online for remedies I decided to take it up myself. The most common answer was bending the brakes and eventually the brake boss', similar to old Mafacs; which i felt was too permanent. Spooky's are too fragile, especially carbon ones. I realized the best solution was bending the post of the brake pad. Place it in a vice, pad side down and tap the post, gently, with a mallet for the desired angle. It's worked well for me, especially resolving horrible fork chatter. It's not permanent to the bike, but only to the the span of the pad, which obviously will get replaced.
Hope this helps anyone dealing with this challenge as plagued me. It worked for my bike, maybe consider it for your.
Take care and good luck.