I read this as CBC works even if the driver Brakes outside the normal Range of ABS. Meaning the driver Breaks hard enough to activate the ABS.
"CBC counteracts this tendency by asymmetrically distributing brake pressure to the left- and right-side brakes or by reducing pressure (to the rear axle), even if the driver brakes outside the normal range of ABS. The result: a significant improvement in stability and safety when applying light brake pressure, even on bends."
However the preferred method is listed below.
Results of CBC is "a significant improvement in stability and safety when applying light brake pressure, even on bends"
You may want to consider adjusting your driving style before disconnecting the ABS safety net.
2011 1M, Valencia Orange, All options.
August 8th ED (#293 of 739 or 740)
88 E30 M3 100% OEM 70K Miles
04 330i ZHP Sedan 55K miles