On Nov 28, 2007 3:57 PM, Karl Vacek <email@example.com> wrote:
> Our '94 GT and '99 Cobra Mustangs have ABS, and while I still could stop
> faster without worrying about the ABS, at least they give some pedal
> feedback and it's easier to recognize that the brakes have released. Far
> better system.
> It may be the recommended technique, but I refuse to cultivate the reaction
> to blindly stomp down on the brake pedal after the ABS decides it's time to
> release. How about just letting up on the brakes a bit when you sense
The computer can do it a whole hell of a lot faster than you can, and
can do it one wheel at a time.
I very much doubt you can stop faster than good ABS. (I don't think
GMs early ABS systems were very good, though. For one thing, they're
only a three channel system, as i recall. The rear axle is modulated
both sides together, instead of at each wheel.)
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