BrakeOMeter™ Introduces Model AR-16 Brake Bias Adjustment Dial

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BrakeOMeter™ has debuted the original model AR-16 brake bias adjustment dial, which now is available for most racecars. The reference-grade knob includes key features that allow drivers to know where their brake balance is set without counting clicks and solves many issues relating to brake balance that can have a significant impact on a car’s performance and speed.

BrakeOMeter AR-16

BrakeOMeter AR-16

Drivers searching for consistently reproducible results find that the BrakeOMeter™ delivers instant, accurate feedback.

BrakeOMeter™ has debuted a revolutionary brake bias adjustment dial, the AR-16. Designed for maximum driver visibility and with micrometer-like precision, the AR-16 provides consistent and reliable feedback as to where a car’s brake bias is set at all times.

The original BrakeOMeter™ model AR-16 has a 3-inch (76mm) dial face that can replace a car’s existing brake knob. It can be mounted anywhere in the cockpit facing the driver and installed in less than 10 minutes with a drill and hand tools using a car’s existing brake bias cable.

Drivers searching for consistently reproducible results find that the BrakeOMeter™ delivers instant, accurate feedback. The large knurled knob has a no-slip grip for easy glove gripping and features a detent-feel click with each one-quarter turn. Plus, the dial’s numbers—which range from 0 to 16—offer a clear visual reference as to where the brake bias is set, or how much it has been adjusted, with each knob turn. As a result, the driver always knows the exact ratio of pressure between the front and rear brakes.

BrakeOMeter™ uses the highest quality, professional grade materials and model AR-16 is made with durable stainless steel and anodized aluminum construction. Antifriction Teflon® coated mechanisms require no lubrication and will withstand the rigors of racing.

The original BrakeOMeter™ model AR-16 is ideal for most standard NASCAR®, asphalt, dirt, rally, off-road, road racing, and some Formula cars. Included are both Rear-Front and Front-Rear decals along with all rivets, a drill bit and hex wrench. The standard dial ranges from 0 to 16; however, a driver can custom order a dial with increments up to 8 or 12. Reflective dials for night racing, multicolor and other custom faces also are offered to accommodate any driver’s requirements or preferences for resolution ranges.

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