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  • Q. What is the difference between drum alloy and disc alloy - Passion Pro 110?
    Ateeq | 4 years ago

    Drums are made from cast iron and are named for their “drum-like” shape. Drum brakes work by forcing 2 arched “shoes” housed within the drum, to expand outward into the inner wall of the spinning drum, using hydraulic and centrifugal force. This generates friction, slowing the drum and your bike.A disc brake system is comprised of a large metal rotor, 2 flat brake pads and a hydraulic clamp called a “caliper”. Pressing the brake with disc brakes, forces brake fluid to fill the caliper. A metal piston inside the caliper is then forced against the back of each brake pad. This presses the pad’s friction material against the spinning rotor, quickly slowing the brake rotor.My suggestion is if you had a bike with drum break previously then you should go with drum break only, do not try the disc break as it stops the bike at sudden. and if you could not control the bike you and bike may fall and you could get injured.

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  • Q. Is the hero Passion Pro 110 Disc version available?
    Mayank | 2 years ago

    I get Red passion bs6 bike me

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  • Q. Is the IBS system available in Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro Disc Brake?
    D | 8 months ago

    IBS system is very worst and dangerous one in Passion Pro. While applying brake in urgent or sudden manner rear wheel often skits. It is the most failure one i suggest that do not buy the Passion Pro which IBS system is incorporated.

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    • 5.0
      I got best experience in

      I got best experience in low budget bike.Hero passion pro is most comfortable bike in the similar price range.

    • Good as well as the mileage

      Good as well as the mileage of bike is good it is so comfortable and very powerful

    • 5.0
      Its been almost 3 years and

      Its been almost 3 years and this bike has never disappointed me.It has super average and power as well.It is a bit much height for the less height people.But overall great bike.

    • Passion pro bs6 model is

      Passion pro bs6 model is very bad model in heromotocorp gear problem in new bikes self problemtyre also not goodsensors problem no road grippetrol overflow when we fill tank full

    • 5.0
      Simply it is a good bike.

      Simply it is a good bike.I am using since 10 years but it gives good mileage about 50kmpl.Godd maintenance, No issues, In that times it is a good budget and mileage bike.I am giving a honest review."old is gold".

    • Master piece

      Mileage is great, A master piece for middle class or old school person, My wife feels comfortable because its back seat is not on the pinnacle of mt.Everest 🤣 as i am also an automobile expert, I just want to say that the iron quality of newly made spare parts is quite low, Sometimes my chain spocket's teeths gets rubbed very easily even when i'm oiling it timely.And because of low iron quality my chain loosens regularly between 25-30 days.Overall i'm still a satisfied customer, A transformed stuff of splendour.

    • Fuel consumption

      Mileage is good, Fuel consumption is less.So far there was no problem for 1.5 years but now there is chain problem.Chain makes lots of sound.I did servicing but the same problem occurs again and again.I do not know why.


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