:shock: My dreams are only ever nightmares these days it would seem!Lovely but very very overkill T9? You may have to do a lot of playing around with brake bias to have a driveable car with brakes like that on the back.
Brake bias is literally that, how much breaking the fronts or the rears do. No need to go into how it works, we are more concerned with the reason for it!
Well, when you brake most of the weight is transferred to the front of the car, which is why some big disc 6-pots and little puny rears will often suffice. Too much bias to the front will mean stable braking but they will lock up more easily thus stopping distances are reduced. Too much bias on the rear and the rears lock up first under breaking which is clearly a big no-no unless you want your rear end swinging round upon hard braking lol.
You need to strike a good balance and it will be hard with two simular kits on the front and rear. You will no doubt be reducing the braking force of the rears thus making such good brakes on the rear somewhat of a moot point imo!