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Dry goods: Ten points about the use of ABS common sense you must know

Dry goods: Ten points about the use of ABS common sense you must know

Dry goods: Ten points about the use of ABS common sense you must know

(Summary description)Regarding the common sense of the use of ABS on motorcycles, I have compiled a few points for you riders:

Dry goods: Ten points about the use of ABS common sense you must know

(Summary description)Regarding the common sense of the use of ABS on motorcycles, I have compiled a few points for you riders:


Regarding the common sense of the use of ABS on motorcycles, I have compiled a few points for you riders:

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1. How to use ABS correctly during emergency braking?

1. Tighten the clutch, tighten the brake, and depress the pedal forcefully. (We recommend to pinch the clutch as much as possible, because the clutch does not disengage to give the rear wheels a moving force, and the brake is to stop the tires. Such repetition will cause the rear wheels to bounce on the ground, which will affect the stability of the body and the braking effect)

2. Don't release the brake after you feel the handle/pedal bounce until the vehicle is completely stationary.


2. How can ABS be triggered?

1. ABS is an anti-lock braking system, which is only triggered when braking;

2. When the brakes are braked vigorously, and the wheel status reaches the preset value, ABS will be triggered;

3. The ABS trigger threshold is different on different roads. For example, it is more difficult to trigger on cement roads, but it is very easy on sand and gravel roads.


3. Why is it difficult to trigger my car because it clearly has ABS?

1. At present, the limit deceleration of most vehicles is very large, and a larger braking force is needed on dry cement;

2. The basic braking system of some vehicles is poor.

Note: ABS is the last line of defense to ensure the safety of the driver. Under normal circumstances, ABS manufacturers do not want ABS triggering as a last resort, so ABS triggering is relatively difficult (rear axle triggering is relatively simple). Riding safely is the most important thing.


4. Which roads are easy to trigger ABS?

Under normal circumstances, the lower the adhesion coefficient, the easier it is to activate ABS. For example: grass, sprinkler pavement, marble pavement, snow, dust pavement, etc.


5. What is the difference between single and dual channel ABS, and what is the difference in use?

Single-channel ABS refers to ABS only for the front wheels and no rear ABS; dual-channel ABS refers to ABS on the front and rear wheels.

In fact, the discussion about the difference and the difference in use, mainly focused on the rear wheel ABS, how useful it is.

1. From the perspective of braking force: due to the structure of the motorcycle itself, the center of mass moves forward when braking, the front wheels are subjected to greater pressure, and the rear wheels will slightly upward. Intuitively, the rear wheel braking force is insufficient, and the car cannot be stopped. Therefore, from the perspective of braking force, the rear-wheel ABS cannot account for much.

2. From the perspective of stability: the rear wheel locks will cause the body to slip, which may be difficult for novices to control. Moreover, due to the lack of a wheel speed sensor, the instantaneous response ability of the vehicle when the road surface changes suddenly will be poor. In the snow with poor adhesion coefficient, the stability and deceleration of braking on marble roads will also be affected. And for example, the anti-lifting algorithm also needs to monitor the status of the rear wheels, and the function cannot be used without the wheel speed sensor. At present, single-channel ABS is only used on vehicles below 200CC, most of which are scooters.

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6. Can the tires/calipers be replaced on vehicles equipped with ABS?

This is also a problem that many riders are more concerned about. My answer here is: Yes, but not recommended. Especially the calipers. Reasons not recommended: generally change these systems by yourself, causing ABS related problems. The manufacturer can refuse the guarantee.

For tires: ABS manufacturers have considered tire wear during calibration, and users need to replace tires with better grip. Therefore, the user can replace other tires of the same specification within the allowable range, and the ABS anti-lock function can be used normally, but the braking performance cannot be guaranteed to be in the best state.

For the caliper: I personally only suggest that the pump can be changed. As for the replacement of dual-pistons with four-pistons, I do not recommend changing it. There is no guarantee that there will be any problems after the change.


7. Why do I always feel that the vehicle cannot be braked after being equipped with ABS?

Usually this kind of problem is for the rear axle. When there is no ABS, the rear brake is locked and drags the ground, and everyone feels that there is a brake. After the ABS is equipped, the sound is gone, and it feels that the brake cannot be stopped. In fact, most of this is psychological. You can find a way to test the difference in braking distance when ABS is turned on and off.

In addition, the current ABS has been strengthened to deal with such problems, and relatively loud feedback can be heard on the rear axle. Pay attention to whether the tire pressure is too high, whether the ring gear is dented, whether the brake fluid is too dirty, and whether the calipers are too dirty.


8. Will ABS increase the braking distance?

This is a false proposition. Asking this question is still skeptical of ABS, or simply and rudely, it is to raise the bar. In theory, ABS will indeed be longer than the braking distance without the limit of ABS. But pay attention to what is meant by a limit situation. It's an almost impossible situation. Even top drivers need to brake multiple times on a road to measure the limit of the road.

When we brake on the road during riding, it is one braking, and there is only one braking. Can't say that I didn't stop the car this time and crashed. You let me do it again, I'm sure it's better. Sorry, there is only one life. Therefore, ABS does not increase the braking distance, on the contrary, it is reducing your braking distance.


9. Can ABS be used in corners?

If your vehicle is equipped with cornering ABS, you can use it. Please use ordinary ABS with caution in corners, and erect the body as soon as possible. When the vehicle body leans in a curve, the friction between the tire and the road surface is weaker than that during ABS debugging. Using ABS at this time will cause the vehicle to fall over due to greater force.


10. Is it normal that the ABS cannot be pinched for the second time when the brake is on?

Depends on the situation: any manufacturer’s ABS basic version can cause this phenomenon at low speed and non-stop braking, including the car. If you have read the car manual, you may notice that there is such a sentence about ABS:

Since the vehicle is equipped with ABS, please try not to operate the brake. This is determined by the ABS principle.

For motorcycle ABS, we have done experiments. The frequency of two-handed braking is basically about 350ms, that is, the interval between the first squeeze of the brake-the release of the second squeeze of the brake. At present, ABS is equipped with a related mechanism, which can ensure normal braking in the case of a point brake, but there will still be a sense of jamming on the hand. If after the first click of the brake occurs, the second time it is completely unmovable and there is no deceleration, this may exist in the previous generation of products, which is regarded as an algorithm problem. This generation basically does not have this.


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