because the difference you have to run is pretty crazy to keep it equal. Its basically needing to run something like hawk dtc-70/80 up front with oem rears to get close.
Correct I ran the Porterfield r4 pads...not ideal for the street, nor everyday driving.
You can use simple online brake bias calculators to figure out what you need to run to equal it back out.
Agreed, very simple to use and it gives you a good idea of your bias percentage. But hey according to tWat "I'm a know it all" when all I'm giving is my personal experience to try and help someone else make a more informed decision.