Originally Posted by Evolv0
The ABS only fires when it calculates slippage, It calculates slippage by determining speed and inertia, which wheels are locked up compared to wheels that are in motion, and some also use how depressed the brake pedal is.
And none of the parameters you list tell it how fast or how much to pulse the breaks. Which is now different. You said it was a huge difference. It may need to know too. Let's just say it wouldn't surprise me either way if it should know which break system is installed. Maybe it even adapts.
It would also be extremely difficult to test if ABS is not as optimal as it was.
Just saying it feels good, is kind of risky.
No doubt it feels better in normal breaking.
It may also be factored into the 4WD Traction Control.
Unless you know first hand and have seen the code, you (or I) don't know. But you can certainly speculate it's not a parameter.
Even if it's off a bit, it may be minimal. But, personally I'd confirm it before making the change. But that's just me.
On my wifes VW CC, I have to use the OBDII interface when just changing out the break pads !!! with the same ones.