Join Date: Mar 2003
Location: Los Angeles (born & raised here)
You might throw the car on a set of scales and check the corner weights, especially the comparison of the cross weights. If the cross weights are off, you will tend to lock one front side (the lighter number). Also, if you flat spot a tire, it will continue to find the flat spot again and again, making efficient braking virtually impossible. If you've been locking up the same tire over several events, it's not going to get any better...
With a stock style suspension (non-coil over), adjusting the cross weights is a challenge. You'd likely need to shim the springs or something, or physically move weight around.
I don't believe there is any "imbalance" left-to-right designed into the brakes. If the brake line routing is in its stock configuration, I'd not mess with it. Making sure brake lines and calipers are all in good shape wouldn't hurt. Inspect the slider pins are moving freely and the piston is retracting properly.
Brake Late, Accelerate Early, Be Smooth, Drive to Win...
Matt Weiss - Red 1995 Cobra by JWjr.