BRAKE SPLITTER & ABS
The first system with anti-locking function and simultaneous braking spacer on the market. Designed especially for riders who need to control the front and rear brakes with a single lever.
Developed with the purpose of preventing the flip over in case of emergency braking at high speeds, the system not only ensures optimization of hydraulics and braking performance, but also helps to create optimal braking force while braking. Optimal braking pressure is just before the wheel lock point, which represents the best braking performance.
The system consists of an adjustable hydraulic cylinder that is placed between the front brake lever and calipers, allowing excess pressure applied to the brake lever not to result in excess pressure on the calipers.
Even in emergency braking
EASY AND SIMPLE
Outbraker is compatible with all hydraulic brakes on the market
|Material: Aluminum and stainless steel|
|Weight: 25 g|
|Dimensions: 29,8 x 29,9 x 21,5 mm|
|Adjustment range: 24 clicks (0 – 100%)|
|Warranty: 3 years|
- Remove the brake line from the lever using an 8mm wrench
- Install the Outbraker Brake Splitter & ABS on the desired brake lever using a 12mm wrench
- Tighten the connection bolt using an 8 mm wrench while holding the brake cable inside the Outbraker body.
- Bleed and add oil (Follow the instructions in the manual of the brand you are using)
- Adjust the desired position using the 0.9 mm hex key included in the package.
The Outbraker ABS Brake System (OABS) is regulated by its characteristic black dial. You can adjust the braking power based on your weight, terrain conditions, braking style…
The OABS comes with the Dial in “Neutral Position” so braking is not affected. To activate the OABS and the anti-lock function, we must turn the dial clockwise. The system supports up to 24 different adjustment positions (“clicks”).
Recommendation: Our advice is that you turn the dial as far as it will go in a clockwise direction (maximum activation of the ABS function) and, from there, go down setting positions (“clicks”) until you find your optimal setting.