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 Post subject: Define "ABS"
PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 10:59 am 
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From the 2017 TT Rules:

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E) TT4 Anti-Lock braking systems (ABS)
For TT4 only—Anti-lock braking systems may only be OEM or offered specifically for
the car model (any trim model or generation) as a factory option. No OEM systems
offered for a for a different car model or aftermarket systems are permitted.


What does "ABS" mean in this context?
The electronic ABS system?
Or the brakes in general (pistons, calipers)?


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 Post subject: Re: Define "ABS"
PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2017 2:50 pm 
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int2str wrote:
From the 2017 TT Rules:

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E) TT4 Anti-Lock braking systems (ABS)
For TT4 only—Anti-lock braking systems may only be OEM or offered specifically for
the car model (any trim model or generation) as a factory option. No OEM systems
offered for a for a different car model or aftermarket systems are permitted.


What does "ABS" mean in this context?
The electronic ABS system?
Or the brakes in general (pistons, calipers)?

The aspects of the braking system that is not manually operated by the driver engaging the brake pedal.

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 Post subject: Re: Define "ABS"
PostPosted: Wed Jan 18, 2017 1:16 am 
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In other words, a regular "Big Brake kit" (calipers, discs etc.) is ok?


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 Post subject: Re: Define "ABS"
PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:47 am 
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int2str wrote:
In other words, a regular "Big Brake kit" (calipers, discs etc.) is ok?

absolutely

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