Yes, which is why I am suggesting highly to change the caliper by going brembo, and also getting a bigger OEM quality rotor's, slotted primarily. I mean frankly without the front brembo the car would not stop at high speed situations really and when ABS is activated. I have felt the performance, and it is pretty much slightly stronger than needed, which is not good for someone driving slightly too fast.
Those are some of my plans for the future of my vehicle to have a comfortable and long lasting break system for the rear only; the front is perfectly fine in my opinion. Simple logic eh, bigger pads more contact; larger and more "mass'ive" surface tend to cool faster cause the heat is being distributed thoroughly and less concentrated in certain areas.
Your best way to check and see if it is fairly true, is that your rotors should never be shiny; rotors must have a dull luster to them as if they are murky. When they are over heated due to breaking too hard or rough driving conditions, they tend to gain luster and become very shiny. That is not good generally speaking, and means that you should follow through with the following advice I gave you. Bigger calipers hold larger brake pads, and large rotors have the ability to vent heat so that the metal doesn't become malleable and change luster. Which is the primary function of brembo Carbon ceramic BP's, which is why the back tends to fail so rapidly.
I drive slow and have driven almost 10k on the new rotors which still maintained being extremely dull, however I only drive at night 95% of the time and it is not my daily driver.