Talk:Electronic brakeforce distribution

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component of electronic brake distribution ? How to work

Wrong descriptions[edit]

This article is factually wrong. The "how it works" deals with the basic operating principles of ABS. EBD is in fact a way of managing the braking effort applied to the wheels - but only relates to differences between front and rear axles. EBD does NOT "adjust" braking effort across a single axle! -- Teutonic Tamer 17:11, 6 March 2008 (UTC)

Not so wrong[edit]

After reading carefully this article, I think that the "how it works" description is like the Cornering Brake Control (CBC) system of BMW. The only error is that CBC is an evolution from EBD, so it should be modified. —Preceding unsigned comment added by K rakol (talkcontribs) 01:12, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

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