An ABS brake function problem is one of the highest warranty items for hubs. There are several reasons why lower grade hubs don’t make the grade when it comes to ABS functionality.
Drum brakes function by transforming the energy from the engine (in the form of hydraulic pressure) into friction, generating an enormous amount of heat in the process. Consequently, if the outer brake drum is cooled rapidly after heavy use, usually by being exposed to water, warping can occur. Warping can cause a shudder or pulse when the brakes are applied.
To set this up, add some momentum to CVs 3 and 4 for realistic acceleration and deceleration. Then program CV 61 to enable the brake squeal function to actually apply the brakes. You can experiment with the values to adjust the deceleration rate. A great way to test this feature is to use the following values: CV 3 = 25; CV 4 = 75; CV 61 = 178.
There are several things that can go wrong in this kind of brake system. Disc brakes function by transforming the energy from the engine (in the form of hydraulic pressure) into friction, generating an enormous amount of heat in the process. Consequently, if the brakes are quickly cooled when they’re hot—maybe you drove through a puddle—the rotor can become warped. When this happens, you will begin to feel the steering wheel shake when the brakes are applied. To fix this problem, our expert technicians will either replace or resurface your rotor, depending on the degree to which it’s warped.
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Turnigy Micro Failsafe with Brake function