Originally Posted by Davenow
2. Chassis balance. Better balanced car=more even weight on the front AND rear tires=they can grab harder without locking up. The STI is very nose heavy, so the rear gets REALLY light when braking, so the tires lock up pretty easy=the ABS has to come on earlier in the rear= lowers the amount of braking that can be done.
Coming from driving cars not equipped with abs that is scary that the rears lock up before the fronts. I haven't read the whole sticky so feel free to flame but do guys consider running a "stickier" compound in the front so they don't have that happen. I guess you could run an adjustable prop. Valve but the easiest and most cost effective would be to play with pad compounds.