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  •  [Guangdong,China]
  • Business Type:Distributor/Wholesaler , Manufacturer
  • Main Mark: Americas , East Europe , Europe , North Europe , Oceania , West Europe
  • Exporter:91% - 100%
  • Certs:ISO9001, CCC, CE
  • Description:Baotian Scooter Brake,Qingqi Scooter Brake,Benzhou Scooter Brake
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Baotian Scooter Brake,Qingqi Scooter Brake,Benzhou Scooter Brake

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Product categories of Brake Assembly, we are specialized manufacturers from China, Baotian Scooter Brake, Qingqi Scooter Brake suppliers/factory, wholesale high-quality products of Benzhou Scooter Brake R & D and manufacturing, we have the perfect after-sales service and technical support. Look forward to your cooperation!
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Drum Break Sensor (P/N:ST06031-0000) Top Quality

Model No. : ST06031-0000

Drum Break Sensor P N ST06031 0000 Top

China Baotian Scooter Brake of with CE
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ZN50QT-E1 Retro Front Brake Cylinder

Model No. : ST05001-0006

ZN50QT E1 Retro Front Brake Cylinder This brake cylinder is for Znen Scooter ZN50QT E1 retro made of iron with chrome brake lever shown as the photo Now Sonora Motors can supply good quality various brands of scooter and motorcycle parts such as...

China Manufacturer of Qingqi Scooter Brake
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There are generally two independent brakes on a motorcycle, one set on the front wheel and one on the rear. However, some models have "linked brakes" whereby both can be applied at the same time using only one control.
Front brakes are generally much more effective than rear brakes: roughly two thirds of stopping power comes from the front brake-mainly as a result of weight transfer being much more pronounced compared to longer or lower vehicles, because of the motorcycle's short wheelbase relative to its center of mass height. This can result in brake dive.
Brakes can either be drum or disc based, with disc brakes being more common on large, modern or more expensive motorcycles for their far superior stopping power, particularly in wet conditions. There are many brake-performance-enhancing aftermarket parts available for most motorcycles, including brake pads of varying compounds and steel-braided brake lines.
In 1981, BMW introduced an antilock braking system (ABS) on a motorcycle. Other manufacturers have since also adopted this technology. ABS is normally found on motorcycles of 500 cc or greater engine capacity, although it is available on motor scooters down to 49 cc.
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