1152Diagonally front to rear brake split

To enable the braking effort to be more equally shared between each hydraulic circuit (if a fault should occur in one of these lines), the one front

Tandem master cylinder

Tandem master cylinder

[3} Frort to rear brake line split
lb] Diagonally frort to rear brake split

Fig. 11.25(a-c) Dual- or split-line braking systems

Fig. 11.25(a-c) Dual- or split-line braking systems and one diagonally opposite rear wheel are connected together. Each hydraulic circuit therefore has the same amount of braking capacity and the ratio of front to rear braking proportions do not influence the ability to stop. A diagonal split also tends to retard a vehicle on a relatively straight line on a dry road.

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