Wondering if ALL of us (or some) experience a second of Holy Shet! sometimes when the brakes are really wet. As in for one example a steady highway cruise, having not touched the brakes in a while (so they're about as wet as they'll get), and then coming to a stop sign at the end of an off-ramp.
I can't remember if I've experienced this in other cars I've owned, or if I'm just forgetful lately or what. So I thought I'd ask.
Also wondering if there's anything to be done about it, other than be better at remembering.
Rotors are "OEM slotted" from ECS, pads are Porterfield R4-S. This at both ends of the car. I'd think the slots would in fact help the situation. But again, I can't remember having this elsewhere....
EDIT: Just to be clear and avoid accusations of being vague, I meant Holy Shet! as in the brakes are way less there for a second. I've been trying to remember if any car does this but I can't recall.