ABS: saving lives
An ABS antilock braking system for motorcycles takes the fear out of an emergency braking maneuver. The system prevents the wheels from locking up and keeps the motorbike stable. In addition, the braking distance for a motorbike traveling at 100 kph is shortened by 15 percent. In India, according to a Bosch accident research study, one in three motor-cycle accidents outside built-up areas could be prevented if all two-wheelers were fitted with ABS.
EMS: saving fuel
Depending on the situation, the electronically controlled fuel injection of the EMS engine management system is up to 15 percent more economical than a conventional carburetor system. This is not only good for the environment, but also makes riding a motorcycle more relaxed and fun – from smooth cold starts to faster acceleration. Riders can choose whether to optimize fuel economy or their bike’s dynamics. And because the system is robust, it also saves money, since there is less need for maintenance, even when fuel quality is poor.
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