Good Lord, no. I am neither good enough nor operating near enough the edge of the envelope to give this any thought.
Any time you get on a new (to you) bike, you need to get a feel for what braking pressure it requires and how that progresses from routine to panic stopping. The type of bike, type of braking system, and peculiarities of that SPECIFIC bike vs. its so-called "identical" but not siblings are all in play. All of that goes in the blender, and I don't think the identicality factor is always the smallest difference as far as the taste of what comes out. I just guzzle up whatever comes out of the blender for that particular bike and try to figure it out (inputs to get desired stopping outputs) without attributing blame or reverse engineering it.
This is my signature block. There are many like it, but this one is mine.
My signature block is my best friend. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life....