62dave Posted January 14, 2020 Report Share Posted January 14, 2020 Hi chaps, Potentially dumb question but here goes! My Evora 400 brakes are generally very good. There’s a nice pedal feel and I’m really starting to get the hang of heel and toe thanks to the pedal feel. I’ve struggled with this on other cars of mine which have had over servoed brakes making it hard to heel toe without braking too hard. One issue I’ve found though is that when its wet the effort needed when braking is significantly harder than when it’s dry. Is this a consequence of the feedback associated with these brakes compared to the numb brakes I’d have experience elsewhere (M3, M135i etc)? There doesn’t seem to be a problem stopping the car but it sometimes catches me out a little as I initially brake with the same force on the pedals and then have to slam them down a bit harder once I can feel the lack of response. Side note - Ive had the car serviced recently and plenty of life in disks, pads etc. Again sorry if this is a stupid question but I’ve never noticed this on any other cars (including my old Evora S) in 20 years of driving Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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