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WANNA930 WANNA930 is offline
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Although ABS would be the ultimate the cost and engineering would be extreme. Think of the testing OEMS do on their systems.

Your best bet is to play with tire choices and possibly wider tires. You are at your limit of adhesion already. Possibly a brake bias adjuster to dial in where you want not where Porsche set it. Do you have stock width stuff now?

BF Good aren't the best all season tire out there. I have a 01 740i Sport which handles and stops incredible for a 4dr car. Anyway I switched from orig Mich Pilot AS tires and car was all over in the wet. The Mich AS work so well I honestly almost never even feel the ABS kick in but with the BF'S it was on every rain. They are noisy but stick like glue in every weather and yes I drive in the snow. $250-300 a pop. and they are very soft as you will be lucky to get 15-20 out of them driven conservative. It is a 4dr.
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