After wanting to do it for a long time I finally upgraded my front brake line on my 250 Ninja to a braided line. I replaced the fluid and pads with EBC sport pads at the same time. Next day I go out to re-learn emergency stops with the new brakes (because the bike will be different under brakes after the mod and wanted to get used to it). So went to my secret industrial spot with nice straight flat section and low traffic. Few stops from 60 and I was impressed with the difference. So I upped the speed a bit and started picking markers such as signs to see how quick the bike would pull up. Pulled up in about 15 metres from around 60 which I was impressed with. So then went a bit faster and got on the anchors fairly hard from around 80. Obviously I was a bit overzelous with the lever because I managed to lock the front wheel at about 60Ks which made an interesting and somewhat concerning noise (screeching tyre) and caused the bike to flap around a bit not unlike a tank slapper. I got off the brakes in a hurry (only front no rear) and she came good thank christ. So yeah I ended up learning a lesson (painlessly this time). So anyway just for any other Ninja riders that do this mod be careful of how much more power they have. I'd pulled on the brakes with the same pressure that previously I could on the bike with no problems so you need to adjust your technique a bit.