Well atleast if you own one you can scan that EBD page from owners manual and paste it here as we have been selling all the Vti'z to get the sucessor model.
And iam sorry i beg to differ. Larger car donnot means it will be less controlable. Accord? Have you ever driven one? Try turning it sharply and iam sure it wont rotoate or anything unlike smaller cars.
Lower center of gravity, thats a plus point! Atleast i wont roll up even if i apply E brake on 100 unlike 7th generation which will happily do that. 6th Generation is still on par with 8th generation when it comes to stability!
Rotors and Calipers donnot have anything to do with stability on highspeeds.
Heavy car? Steering wheel? This is not Corolla here we are talking about whose EPS is feelingless. Infact the HPS of Civic 8G gives excellent feedback of the road and as for poor road clearence its all about getting used to it.
As for tyres, you are blaming tyres to add weight rather you should accept the fact that wider tyres prevent rolling.
In a nutshell, Its like you are saying that a S320 is more stable on highspeeds then an S65 AMG just because the latter is lighter and all.
Sir I do not have to prove or scan anything to you that what I have driven or not, you have absolutely no idea what I have driven nor I am a show off .
The 7th Gen VTI have EBD.
The Accord will role like a big elephant ( in comparison to an Eagle Eye VTI) if you will try to take a deep curve on high speed and not everyone has the courage to do so, its a 190ft + car and no one can defeat the laws of physics, not even the engineering team of Accord.
Its off topic but S320 drives better then Accord, because of its expensive engineering and suspensions despite of being much bigger and heavier.
Even a Cultus will not roll up if you will apply Emergency brakes on 100km/hr, if the brake distribution is equal, lower center of gravity is to hide the weight of car and resist body roll which in return results in a harsh ride quality (with stock tires).
Those big Eurostars are not semi slicks and they are just to compensate the bigger size of car, instead of shortening 10s from lap time.
Eagle Eye Civic has much feel some and heavy steering and it is 4 spoke.
7th Gen Civic has better brake pedal feel and less stopping distance then 8th gen.
Rotors and calipers will stop you in less distance and its part of handling.
You cannot refer a 7th gen Civic as S320 and 8th gen as S65AMG.
All I was saying that the smaller and lighter Civic has better handling.