disc brake


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disc brake

a type of brake in which two calliper-operated pads rub against a flat disc attached to the wheel hub when the brake is applied
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Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), a Japan-based automaker, is equipping its naked Gixxer and faired Gixxer SF motorcycles with a rear disc brake.
The Swedish vehicle products maker Haldex Group said on Wednesday (16 June) that its division Haldex Foundation Brake had received a contract to develop air disc brakes for the truck maker Scania.
5-liter, 24-valve V-6 and four-speed electronically controlled automatic transmission, This 214-horsepower drivetrain is matched to a retuned suspension and anti-lock disc brakes.
Suzuki Motor Corporation (TYO: 7269), a Japan-based automaker, is launching the naked Gixxer and faired Gixxer SF motorcycles with a rear disc brake.
The Gold Series M-Mount multiple disc brake is capable of fill system pressures of up to 3000 psi with high-speed capabilities up to 4000 romp (vertical position) and 5000 rpm (horizontal position).
With the technology shift in North America from drum brakes to disc brakes, we are well positioned with our current disc brake offering when the technology shift is taking place in North America.
TVS, an India-based automaker, is planning to launch a disc brake variant of the Jupiter in India next month.
Mahindra Two Wheelers, an India-based two-wheel-vehicle manufacturer, has launched a disc brake variant of the Centuro in India.
When you look at lining life, drum brake shoes can outlive disc brake pads by a ratio of three to one.