If it does, it is so small an effect you will most likely never know
itl. Modern ABS/traction systems read wheel sensor data in real time
and therefore react to the conditions as they change. The system is
fast enough to react to the greater stopping power in less than ideal
conditions. If not, changing brake pads would create problems. You
will however possibly see more activation of the ABS due to you
possibly trying to outbrake the tire's traction threshold...
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