I'm an Englishman in WI.
Ok I've done the following:
Removed the calipers front the forks & clean with warm soapy water & toothbrush.
Check all pistons are free and happy to move. All good there.
Pads are work even, smooth and no sign of glazing. (They are brembo HH... and average lol).
I applied copper grease on the slide/pad locating pins. (not sure if that will last long or needed but I did it).
Re-fitted pads (in the same position they were in originally) and mounted calipers.
Flushed the entire system completely with ATE blue. Original fluid was clear as water and completely air free which makes me think it was done 4 days ago when they guy I bought it off had it inspected for road worthiness.
This bike doesn't have a bleed nipple at the MC so can do that.
Went for a ride.... Still the same so must be rotors or the wheels not true on the surface the rotors bolts to.
Good excuse for wheels and full floaters. :crash
You need an excuse :scared :scared