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      02-03-2013, 12:12 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by lbjgh
Performance control uses the rear brakes to help the car corner better... Sort of improves cornering on the cheap.

Originally Posted by woodchuck1 View Post
Isn't it unusual for rear brakes to wear faster than the front ones? I thought the front brakes did most of the work.
Dynamic Stability Control does that and is standard. Performance Control uses more aggressive torque vectoring dynamics in addition to DSC. It's really about your braking habits and where you drive the most.
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