I know this may sound obvious but too many times when I read about someone's experiences with pressure sensitive pedals (hydraulic, loadcell) they complain about the brakes locking too easily/soon. Usually this is actually a calibration error and not something you want or need to tune and adjust away with some other setting like brake unlinearity (fyi: always use fully linear brake setting with all pedals)! When you calibrate your brake pedal remember that the calibration software asks you to press the pedal to get a minimum value and maximum value. Minimum value is when you are not touching the pedal. However the maximum value is not how much you press the brake when you are braking on the limit! It is the value for the maximum braking effort where you are braking as hard as you can with all tires locked and car out of control. Threshold braking (how much you generally apply force on the brake pedal during hard braking) is something like 70%-90% of that value unless you have abs. If you calibrate your brake pedal with too little force your brake pedal becomes too sensitive because the maximum value is set too low. So when adjusting pressure sensitive brake pedal always use little more force than you normally use when driving. If your brake pedal is still too sensitive calibrate the brake pedal again but use more force. Repeat this until your brake pedal feels correctly stiff during braking and not too sensitive.