With the Motorcycle Integral Brake system (MIB) the brake can be applied to both wheels even though the driver only presses the front wheel brake lever. The system recognizes the driver’s desire to brake and builds up active pressure at the rear wheel, thus decelerating both wheels.In order to achieve optimum deceleration, the electronics control the braking pressures at front and rear wheel in context.
In other words, four pressure sensors determine the braking pressures at the main cylinders and on the wheels, not only making the particularly sensitive control of the braking forces possible but also allowing predictions of dynamic driving states to be made.This guarantees that the maximum force is deployed both at the front wheel and the rear wheel, making the stopping distance as short as possible.
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