My 13" 4 pot Wilwoods are going to be here soon, ordered specifically for my upcoming trip to the track. I got to wondering, with just the front being upgraded, I'm assuming the total piston area is the same or less as the stock front brakes and my braking balance won't be upset??? Just getting worried that I may end up with worse one stop braking performance. I'm thinking with ABS, braking balance may not be as important but I'm thinking of pulling the fuse since the ABS in my car is very conservative. For those wondering why I didn't go with a rear kit, besides the fact that 65% of the weight is on the front, the rear kit is nearly double the cost of what the front kit is due to the e-brake arrangement and I flat out can't afford them....really can't afford the fronts either but if I skip lunch for the next 2 months I should break even... So cliffs notes: Will upgrading fronts only kill my braking balance or does the manufacturer usually keep this in mind so that the upgraded brakes have the same leverage as the stock brakes they're replacing?