Originally posted by warmonger: Wow. This is so informative. So what happens when you raise the front piston and rotor size The front bias % goes up.but keep the same rear piston size using bigger rotors.The rear bias % goes up.In effect, you change piston size on your front kits and use the stock rear caliper with bigger rotors.Depending upon the numbers you end up right back to the same basic % the factory started with- or very near it.I guess what i'm asking is this: If you don't change the rear piston size and pad type then what good is the larger rear rotorIt adds leverage in simple effect, adds more thermal capacity, balances out the front kit, and looks better. and how does it throw off the bias with larger fronts? It doesn't.With stock fronts? It could have a bad effect.
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