Re: Lowside question, front end feel?
Some great feedback. I think the OP has done a pretty good job of narrowing down the situation to help find a resolution. And like has already been mentioned, tire pressure and suspension can have A LOT to do with weird sensations - even isolated ones due to the nature of a particular turn.
Also as Fallis mentioned, it could simply be your approach considering the incident seems isolated to that corner.
I'm a huge fan of the Q2 and have had great luck with it. I had similar front end issues on Pures (the tires weren't a factor, just clarifying) on a turn that crests a hill at the apex - I was pushing a little wide. I adjusted my front ride height a few mm and it made all the difference in the world. My front end was sitting too high in relation to my rear - causing the front to essentially just "lay over" which made it push.
Good luck OP
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