8. Rear Disc Brake
The rear disc brake uses a twin float- ing-type calipers.
The caliper houses one each of cylin- der and piston. Stopping power is generated by squeezing the disc rotor between the pads, with the outer pad pressed against the disc rotor by reac-
tion. The inner
placement timing and outer pads.
The rear disc self-adjusting
brake is equipped with a mechanism to compen-
sate for pad wear correct clearances
and the inner
and outer pads.
made each time
braking is performed. The self-adjusting mechanism ates in the same manner as that front disc brake.
oper- of the