I commute on my 2008 Kona Major Jake. It has the carbon Easton EC90X fork, and when paired with Shorty4 cantis it's offers a scary amount of judder.
I've done my homework, and it sounds like a pair of Tektro Mini-V's have helped people with their judder while also adding a slight increase to brake performance.
Two questions, but first I wanted to say that I use the bike for two things: commuting to work on some cushy 32 tires, and then I swap them out about once a month for 25's for weekend distance riding.
-Do I need the adjustable noodles that I've heard people mention? I'm new to biking and think I get what they do, but I'm not sure if I need it when regarding my specific use.
-Should I get the 926A or the RX5? In other words, which one will better fit the above-mentioned range of tire sizes?