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My 2015 Mustang GT 4 piston brakes were the most sensitive I've experienced, when was great when I tracked it. So when I upgraded to an '18 GT350, I expected even more sensitivity. Instead, it feels as though I don't have big brakes. I am wondering if there's an adjustment I can make to improve sensitivity.

I barely pushed the brake pedal on the GT to obtain braking grip. On the GT350, I'm pushing the brake pedal further in before there's any grip, and even then the brakes don't feel all that powerful.
 

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My 2015 Mustang GT 4 piston brakes were the most sensitive I've experienced, when was great when I tracked it. So when I upgraded to an '18 GT350, I expected even more sensitivity. Instead, it feels as though I don't have big brakes. I am wondering if there's an adjustment I can make to improve sensitivity.

I barely pushed the brake pedal on the GT to obtain braking grip. On the GT350, I'm pushing the brake pedal further in before there's any grip, and even then the brakes don't feel all that powerful.
I found that the brakes come alive with a little heat (as most brake pads do now a days). After first lap on track the brakes seam to come alive. I agree that there are more aggressive pads out there, but you temp fate on your rotors which will have an increased wear level from the aggressive nature of the new pads. Good luck, I think the brakes are well balanced to the cars performance, I’d leave them alone.
 

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I found that the brakes come alive with a little heat (as most brake pads do now a days). After first lap on track the brakes seam to come alive. I agree that there are more aggressive pads out there, but you temp fate on your rotors which will have an increased wear level from the aggressive nature of the new pads. Good luck, I think the brakes are well balanced to the cars performance, I’d leave them alone.
Thanks. Am tracking it for the first time in about 3 weeks, so I'll leave the brakes alone for now to see how they do on the track.
 
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