The tyres that have the most weight on them offer the best grip because the load pushes them into the road more, and hence, when you press your brakes, EBD activates before ABS kicks in and automatically sends more braking power to those tyres. When you press the brake in a manner that is sharper and quicker than usual, the system detects an emergency and the brake strength applied is greater than the pressure on the brake pedal, making up for errors in judgement/delayed reaction by the driver.ESP / Electronic Stability ProgramESP monitors your inputs and compares it to the vehicle’s actual behaviour to keep your car stable.With the advent of technology and computerisation, abbreviations like ABS, EBD and ESP are nowadays thrown into car brochures and news reports with abandon.—Saeed Akhtar/ZIGWHEELS.
The Bullet 500 is powered by a 499cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine which produces 28PS of power and 41.Royal Enfield has recalled 7,000 units of China wholesale Clean Room Project the Bullet to fix a faulty brake caliper bolt, a component which holds the brake caliper and brake hose in place. The two cruisers also get a single-channel ABS as standard. Bikes manufacturer between March 20 to April 30, 2019 are said to be affected.Bullet 500, 350 and 350 ES recalled for a faulty brake caliper bolt.
While the Bullet 500 gets front and rear disc brakes coupled with a dual-channel ABS, the Bullet 350 and Bullet 350 ES get a 280mm front disc, a drum brake at the rear."The company will be contacting affected customers soon and replace the faulty component at no extra cost.3Nm of torque. Royal Enfield will replace the faulty component at no extra cost to the customer. However, we recommend taking your motorcycle to the bikemaker’s service centre for a thorough inspection.In a statement, Royal Enfield said, “This is because service investigations revealed that the torque maintained on brake caliper bolts, as supplied by a vendor, on a few of these motorcycles were not as per stringent Royal Enfield quality standards. The affected models include the Bullet 350, Bullet 350 ES and Bullet 500 manufactured between March 20 to April 30 this year. The Bullet 350 and 350 ES, on the other hand, are powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which churns out 20PS of power and 28Nm of torque.