Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
EBD offers rear braking stability under all braking conditions
Electronic Brake Distribution utilises part of a vehicles ABS system, to adjust the braking force between the front and rear and left and right wheels dependent on tyre grip. EBD offers greater braking stability under all braking conditions and does not require ABS* to be activated to operate.
EBD uses the anti-lock components including wheel rotors and pick up sensors, central computer, and modulator.
Under all forward braking conditions, vehicle weight is transferred towards the front. This weight transfer reduces the load on the rear wheels, which in turn increases the likelihood of rear wheel lockup. Under these conditions EBD via the ABS modulator controls the amount of braking force applied to each rear brake to optimise braking efficiency.