Asked in Brake Pads and Rotors
Why disc brakes are used in two wheelers front wheel?
Braking power transmitted to the front wheel is high compare to that of rear wheel normally(60:40 or 70:30) in motor cycle.Disc brakes which has high magnitude of braking power compare to that of drum brakes are used in motor cycles to absorb the more braking power. ...
What happens when you drive your car with the rotors low?
If the rotors are worn too thin, they could snap apart while braking, leaving you with no braking power at all. ...
What is the difference between primary brakes and the secondary brakes?
Primary brakes are situated at the front wheels and provide about 70% of a vehicle's braking power. Your secondary brakes are located at the rear wheels and only provide about 30% of a vehicle's braking power. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Why is the house of representatives given the sole power to tax?
The House of Representatives was given the sole power to tax to better represent the country for the overall political make-up. They took control of tax reform, impeachment and spending. ...
Asked in Ford
What car is better the Ford Edge Or Jeep Cherokee?
In my opinion the Ford Edge is the better of the two, The edge has a better ride and handles considerably better, it really sticks to the road, excellant braking, good power and smooth shifting, at 19 - 26 MPG, it's quiter & less road noise, But I do belive they are both good vehicles. ...
Asked in Toyota Prius, Electrical Engineering
Does the Prius use regenerative breaking?
Yes. Energy generated during regenerative braking recharges the traction battery and is later used to power the car. The Prius also has friction brakes (disk/drum), which are used at very low speeds or for hard braking. And it's braking, not breaking. ...
Asked in Game Consoles and Gaming Hardware
What is EBS on a car?
The Electronic Brake assist System (EBS) is a very efficient aid in emergency braking situations when the driver wants the vehicle to stop as quickly as possible. In these situations, most drivers apply the brake fast, but not with the maximum pressure, and this insufficient braking power leads to dangerously long braking distances. The system is triggered when the brake assist recognizes the fast and hard braking by the driver classified as typical 'emergency braking' and activates the maximum braking power immediately. Therefore...
Asked in Car Batteries, Mercedes-Benz E-Class
What does the auxilary battery do in 2003 Mercedes e320?
It is a back up power supply to the sbc braking system. Just in case their is a total power failure with vehicles power supply. ...
Asked in US Constitution, US Congress
What is the most impirtant power given to congress?
The most important power given to congress is the power to create laws. The president has the power to veto a law. ...