Changing bias works both ways.
#1092380 - 11/03/05 05:13 AM
Originally posted by Rara: lol, sort of a backhanded dig because you didn't trust my work . . . no hard feelings, just hassling you.
A little birdy mentioned what you have put together for the rears . . . just be careful with rear bias, lol. I'd definately use a low friction pad on those to try to keep the balance somewhere in the ballpark at least.
He also will be running the 300mm front rotors. Those and the more aggressive front pads will easily offset the marginal improvement in rear braking ability.
What's horrible is people only doing fronts. That throws off the bias and the overall balance of the car tremendously. Why is it nobody is harping on them for destroying the stock bias or it being dangerous because of it?
If you want to get technical even just changing the front pads to an aggressive mix changes the bias.