BrakingUpgrade

Roll-road exclusively uses a four-piston brake on the new Emma, which has a more outstanding improvement in braking compared to two-piston brakes.

 Stronger braking power: The four-piston brake has more piston area and greater braking power than the two-piston brake, providing stronger braking effect.

 Better heat dissipation performance: The four-piston brake has more surface area and better heat dissipation performance than the two-piston brake, allowing it to effectively dissipate heat generated during braking, reducing brake wear and extending lifespan.

 More durable: The four-piston brake is more durable due to its complex structure but refined manufacturing process, allowing it to be used for a longer time.

 Steady braking: The four-piston brake can provide more stable braking power during braking because of its reasonable structural design, allowing it to distribute braking power more evenly.

 Overall, the four-piston brake has many advantages over the two-piston brake in braking performance, but its price is relatively high and is suitable for high-performance vehicles and racing cars that require higher braking power."

Braking upgrade

Roll-road exclusively uses a four-piston brake on the new Emma, which has a more outstanding improvement in braking compared to two-piston brakes.

 Stronger braking power: The four-piston brake has more piston area and greater braking power than the two-piston brake, providing stronger braking effect.

 Better heat dissipation performance: The four-piston brake has more surface area and better heat dissipation performance than the two-piston brake, allowing it to effectively dissipate heat generated during braking, reducing brake wear and extending lifespan.

 More durable: The four-piston brake is more durable due to its complex structure but refined manufacturing process, allowing it to be used for a longer time.

 Steady braking: The four-piston brake can provide more stable braking power during braking because of its reasonable structural design, allowing it to distribute braking power more evenly.

 Overall, the four-piston brake has many advantages over the two-piston brake in braking performance, but its price is relatively high and is suitable for high-performance vehicles and racing cars that require higher braking power."