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Electronically Controlled Combined ABS is a Brake-by-Wire system that converts hydraulic pressures generated by the rider’s brake lever and pedal input into electronic signals, which in turn communicate to a power unit how much braking force to apply to the front and rear wheels. A computer calculates the distribution of front and rear braking forces based upon the rider’s input, helping to provide fine-tuned ABS control.
Adjusting the distribution of braking force according to rider's braking
input and release
Electronically sensing whether or not a rider is employing the front brake lever, Electronically Controlled Combined ABS adjusts the distribution of front and rear braking forces accordingly to offer highly responsive super sports bike braking. Braking input and brake release are modulated and distributed complementing the responsive vehicle behavior of super sports bikes. This is one further advantage that Electronically Controlled Combined ABS has to offer.
A layout that makes optimal use of super sport bike riding performance
With Conventional Combined ABS, it is necessary to mount many parts on the suspension near the brakes, increasing the weight of the suspension's moving parts, or unsprung weight. With Electronically Controlled Combined ABS, the existing brake parts are used as is, and only sensors are mounted on the suspension. The rest of the system fits neatly in the center of the body. Thanks to this simple layout, Electronically Controlled Combined ABS provides ideal support to the riding performance of super sport bikes.