No...................practically any car can lock up it's brakes, it's just a matter of how hard you slam the pedal to the floor! All new brake components will definitely improve braking to some extent. So yeah, you might want to go that route. However, if you don't want to have to deal with this again, a brake upgrade is the way too go. Good braking is all about surface area and clamping force. 11" rotors give you more surface area than the stock 10" units. The 73mm calipers as opposed to the 58mm calipers that you currently have cover more surface area of the rotors to provide better clamping ability. Moreover, a '95 GT M/C has a much larger bore, which requires more fluid, which fills up the larger caliper resevoir, which pushes the much larger caliper piston against the disc pads, which provides more clamping force. Because of everything listed above, brake fade is reduced considerably!If you can lock your wheels, you don't need to upgrade your braking, if not, renew your brakes.