My past e30 had phenomenal brake feel along with a hard short travel pedal, my friend at the time also test drove an m3 e30 and related the most amazing feature was the brakes, an order of magnitude more responsive than the 911 of the day.The Schroths, with anti-submarine (ASM) technology, is the only 4 point I'd run in a street car.
Yup, I was hitting the kerbs and bouncing around -- not to mention bracing myself on the sweepers 🤣😂.
BTW...my brakes felt squishy compared to driving the e30s back to back to back. I think I'm on RBF 600. Never had the chance to flush and go with SRF.
I only test drive cars i am serious about buying, thus could not see paying twice the price of a run of the mill e30, wished i had researched and paid the $10,000 on a low mile m3 back in 1993.
My point being the heavier the car, the more boost required hence it is difficult to make the e60 feel like an e30.