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Old 10th May 2009, 23:43   #16
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abs= prevents brakes from locking, reduces brakeing distance on even and dry surfaces. for abs to work you need good contact between tyres and road surface
thats why on uneven surface you are getting that feeling amith
for wet and slippery surfaces you need abs+traction control
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