Depends... according to that chart:
Stoptech F/R-> 63.74%
OEM 91-96 ---> 61.59%
OEM 97-05 ---> 54.02%
2002 Type R--> 55..24%
Brembo --> 50.00%
So.... according to that table a Stoptech F/R is too front biased for a stock 97+ or a 2002 Type R
It also really depends on tire size, and suspension setup what is the correct bias. Now add brake compound to the mix.
So... a Brembo F/R with a more aggressive F compound than R should give a closer to OEM bias. The question is what actually is the bias? You would have to do testing and try several compounds or go to a brake bias adjuster.
Jim, I think you missed my point. When considering BBKs - not comparing to the OEM setups, the Stoptech seems to be the one that has the best bias package (or the least frontal bias) all things being the same - see the footnote in that link.
Assuming people going for BBKs are not just for bling but for some tracking, a bit more front bias than OEM is desired for the NSX. Too much front bias is not good unless you really work the rear suspension to adjust for this. As such, the Stoptech is the one that offers such a balanced option (all relative but at least they claim they "really" tested it for NSX application as opposed of the shelf), plus the Dali 4/2 -RB rotors. Brembo in fact provides the least but for most people this may not be that noticeable - again ceteris paribus.
As for the 97+ figures being off - can't speak to that. But obviously all BBKs seem to push for more front bias.