The difference between V brake and disc brake

1. The advantages and disadvantages of the "V 'brake:


A. The structure is simple, the maintenance is convenient, and the light


B is light. It is easy to lose the brake force from the finger, especially in the case of poor peripheral environment (such as rain)


C. The braking time should not be too long, it is only suitable for low-strength use. (If: It is easy to use the brake to make the V-brake (the brake block of the brake pad burnt) when a long-time downhill is used.


Practical application:


From now on, V-brake is still more popular, but the V-brake is preferably used only for low-strength riding. Such as a city leisure ride or a highway pavement. This ensures that you have enough brakes to reduce the weight of the car itself and to improve the ride. If you're a fanatical mountain lover, you can't be able to choose a few more rugged roads and some of the bad environments to experience mountain off-road fun. But on these complex roads, the weakness of the V-brake naturally leaks. For example, when the brake is used for a long time, the coke paste of the brake block is caused by the failure of the brake; due to the silt and water in the mud in the rainy day, the brake is out of order, and so on.




2. Advantages and disadvantages of the disc brake:

A. It is difficult to maintain a complex structure, which is inevitable in weight.

B. Be afraid of oil pollution and be afraid to collide with the disc

C. Strong strength to better adapt to the harsh environment



Practical application effect:

after installing disc brake, it will inevitably be heavier than V brake. But at the same time as you sacrifice your weight, you get enough brake protection. There are few requirements for the environment of disc brake, the only thing to pay attention to is the love of disc. Don't let your disc get greasy, and make sure the shape of your disc doesn't change.