I've seen a lot of things in the many cars I've had in the past 30 years, but, I just came across a new thing. This does not have anything to do with an MR2, but possibly noteworthy in any forum. Corner bias brakes. Front left to rear right and front right to rear left. Is this a mistake from the assembly line or some engineered method of controlling the less enthused driving style? The car in question here is a 1987 AE82 (Corolla FX16 GTS). Anybody ever see this before? I drive the car rather hard and have never had any trouble braking in any situation. Is this some weird attempt at reducing the possibility of locking up front or rear axle? An early form of "antilock" brakes? I need to find out if this is normal for this car before I change things to what I have come to know as 'normal'.