Originally Posted by 335iheLLraiseR
brake biasing is not rocket science, its simple math.
calculations done with static weight are indeed 'simple math'. in the real world, with dynamic weight transfers it is more complex (or maybe it is still simple, because you are much much smarter than me)
math aside, i simply don't trust that this unknown/unnamed supplier has done adequate instrumented testing (in the real world, not in a math model) to ensure the 'upgraded' brake system is appropriately biased and actually reduces stopping distance compared to the OE system
for brakes i'd personally rather spend extra money to buy a turnkey kit from an establish manufacturer than take a chance on a supplier i don't know